The Star-Advertiser has been sold again to another entity, and the uncertainty of what happens next to the stateʻs storied newspaper emerges again.
So, to Oprah Winfrey, Politics Hawaii suggests that you don’t take the offer to go to Washington. Stay in Hawaiʻi, stay in Maui, the return on investment is better.
As this blogger has been recuperating from rotator cuff surgery since the middle of March, the discussion on the viability…
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The three questions, and the answers I gave, helped reaffirm to me the notion that, yes, this place we call home, either in our heart or as a concept, is still worth the investment we make into it.
It still is worth it.
As you can read below, allowed to be posted by permission of Mark, he has chosen another path of life than that of elected office. He heard a calling and now is working to make that calling into a reality.
Now it is hoped that this yielding to reality – symbolized by the Olympics – will develop more plans to both keep opening up while developing more techniques to deal with the virus, into the future.
The process of finding sources, especially in the current American media environment, is challenging to say the least. With the fragmentation of the news media into a “me versus you” thinking, which is more noise than knowledge, in my opinion, one who wishes to know must be quite selective in their news choices.
Over the past couple of weeks, you most likely have seen at least one of the “Your Cousin From Boston”…
AND NOW we are being told that the saga might be over. As this is written, letters are going out from employers informing employees that they should plan to return to the office and that social norms that were created to address the crisis will be rescinded with a timeline to match.
With the news coming out of this, all one needs to do is go on social media to see how widespread people’s opinions are of this development. Some are enthusiastic, never seeing the event as a permanent thing and never allowing the changes to change them.