Delays And More Delays

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Top Of Waikiki

 

 

Ferns

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Hapu’u Pulu fern leaf slowly unfurling.  This fern has a hairy stem that resembles real hair.

 

 

Firecracker

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Firecracker Tree

 

 

Hibiscus

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Na Pua Aloalo

 

 

Transitions

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You can only control things that are in your control

 

 

Bountiful

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There was a time when Hilo Walmart had an outdoor farmers market.  I miss those days.

 

Unique Orchids

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Na Pua ʻOkika

 

Geckos

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They chirp, the smack their lips, they pitter-patter around the house, they eat bugs, and they poop a lot.

Fishing

fishing

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Progressive Democracy?

Activists are destroying the Mahi’ai (farming) industry in Hawai’i. We need farms to be sustainable, to be independent and to feed the people that live on these islands. Environmentalists are Nazis that want to destroy this pristine environment into a wasteland of progressive control. They are killing the land, the life and our freedoms.

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If you haven’t figured it out yet, Hawaii is the hotbed of environmental activism, more aptly called the environmental industry.  Yes, it’s a business that runs with a completely different model but with the kind of money involved, it’s a business and not “advocacy.”

Instead of having a corporation to operate from, environmentalists have created a new model of using a non-profit status.  It’s tax exempt and also their donors get tax write offs for their donations when you have a “good” mission to advocate from.  The other great part about this model is that there is no disclosure required of the non-profit to show who their donors are.  It’s not a taxpayers’ right to know who is funding these business ventures and non-transparent even though they demand transparency of others.

While corporations are being criticized for being the doer of all evils and held to increasing regulation, the non-profits…

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