Looking Back At 2018

The year in review

Lanuali: The year of the Dog, started out the 2018 New Year. In Hawai’i, the Goddess Poli’ahu was visiting Mauna Kea. New Years eve brought in a spectacular aerial fireworks display in the neighborhood. These can be problematic with people that own pets and animals. Because of the noise, the animals will run away and get lost. It’s always wise to lock up your animals, either in a kennel, or a room where they can hide till the noise stops. Often time, the fireworks can go on past 2AM in the morning.

Mauna Kea with Snow

On the political scene, the democrats put themselves on a full frontal nudity attack on the successes of the Trump administration. Democrats lost the DACA fight, Schumer’s government shutdown failed, Pelosi accused the Tax Breaks as crumbs, and yet the Trump economy started taking off. Businesses started returning back to the country. The year was starting with great optimism.

On January 13, Hawai’i emergency management sent out a message that frightened a lot of people. I was sleeping at the time when the text message hit my phone. I looked at it and rolled over back to sleep. I knew that the North Koreans did not a sophisticated targeting system.

Pepeluali: We always look forward to February because the annual Pana’ewa Rodeo starts during Valentines weekend. Some of the best ranchers on Hawai’i Island put on a three day show.  It’s always a great time. This year it was rainy and chilly, but that did not dampen any spirits.

Meanwhile, the war on America by socialist democrats continued. Every trick in the democrat book was failing to destroy the Trump administration. They claimed Trump was mentally incompetent, that failed when Trump passed 100% the cognitive tests. Being exposed was the depth of the swamp corruption. The FBI, CIA, State Dept., and other government agencies were involved in the wholesale corruption of the government. The swamp of both democrats and never Trumper republicans was starting to fight against being exposed as corrupt bureaucrats.

Malaki: March always brings out the flowers, especially the orchids. While we have wild orchids year round, other only bloom once a year. That includes Ti plants. Also, Ulu (breadfruit), ‘Ōhi’a ‘ai (mountain apple) and other fruits start to ripen. Oranges, avocados are flowering.

From the top left clockwise, ‘Ōhi’a ‘ai, Ulu, ʻOkika, Ti pōʻele

ʻApelila: The month started with a wonderful Easter. The rain was continuous since January. I believe there were more rainy days than sunny days. We learned that social media was very unsocial. Congressional hearings that involved Facebook, Twitter, and Google. We learned that the swamp included high level congressional leadership, including both parties. We learned that members of the government were not working for the people. Instead, they were activity trying to stop all the good work President Trump was accomplishing. It seems the President was accomplishing things that the congress and past presidents either couldn’t, or wouldn’t do for the American people.

Mei: Pele was on the move. After a series of earthquake swarms that went on for months, Kilauea finally erupted. Then there was several large earthquakes, with the last trembler magnitude of 6.9. Leilani Estates was the beginning with several fissures opening in the subdivision. The worse was yet to come. As the lava began to spread, fissure 8 opened, and the lava became a river heading towards the ocean. The entire Kapoho subdivisions were destroyed. A new coastline was formed that included black sand beaches.

Puuhonua o Puna was formed to help the displaced people of south east Hawai’i island affected by the lava. Temporary housing was constructed, a food bank, and local support groups came together to help their neighbors. It was truly amazing how quickly the operation was formed. Of course, the fake news media did their best to spin the disaster to be far worse that it was.

Lune: Lava continues to flow like a river into the ocean. Fissure 8, I have renamed as “Kawahawalu“, which means fissure eight. The cinder cone was now over a hundred feet tall and growing. The lava entering the ocean was generating its own weather system. A very dangerous system of VOG (Volcanic Smog) and LAZE, hydrochloric acid mixed with fine particles of glass formed by lava vaporizing into the seawater. At night you could see the glow of the lava in the distance. It was so surreal.

Halau Hula Leilani Estates Hawaii Lava Zone June 17 2018

In the Hawaiian culture there are many Gods: Pele, Hi’iaka, Lono, Poli’ahu, and many more. A Halau Hula Leilani pays homage to Pele in the traditional Hula Kahiko (ancient hula). To witness this event real time is very special.

Lulai: Lava continues to flow. It’s America’s Independence Day. We learned that Senator Crazy Mazie Hirono is a religious bigot, a man hater, and a anti-American. An embarrassment to the great State of Hawai’i. Let’s talk about the lava update.

Hawai’i Island Civil Defense has done a great job coordinating, and providing for the residents displaced by the lava. Poho’iki boat ramp was spared. A huge black sand beach now surrounds the boat ramp, cutting the boat ramp off from the ocean. Newly formed hot ponds are now where the boat ramp used to be. Kapoho Vacationland is completely gone. There were many homes located in the gated subdivision. Kapoho tide pools, Wai ‘Opae subdivisions also were destroyed

ʻAukake: Lava is tapering off. Hawai’i Statehood is celebrated. Hurricane Lane passed by. A little more sunshine, but it still mostly rained. Torrents of water fell from the sky. Our gutters were like a firehose.

We get our drinking water from the rain. The two PVC pipes in the picture shows the water pouring out. That’s the first flush system. Any rubbish in the gutters is directed to this pipe. The second pipe going into the ground is where the cleaned water flows to the storage tank. There it is filtered through a UV light, rope, carbon, and calcite filters before entering the house. It is clean, PH balanced, and bacteria free!

Kepakemapa: Restrictions on travel into lower Puna have been lifted. Leilani Estates residents are being allowed back into the subdivision. Many refugees from the lava have lost everything. Farmers were hit hard. So I took a ride down to Kalapana-Kapoho road to Seaview.

Life is returning to normal, as best it can. Bulldozers are carving out new roads into Kapoho to Poho’iki (Issac Hale) boat ramp. Signs of lava steaming under ground on Rt. 130 at Leilani Estates.

Steel plates on the road because of the heat and damage to the road allows travel, but it will be sometime before the rods will be in full repair. The tree tunnels on Red Road (Kalapana-Kapoho) were spared.

ʻOkakopa: As we move into October, it’s a quiet month. America has a taste for Nationalism! Patriotism sweep over the nation. Of course, the media and communist democrats are aghast by mere thought of a nation being patriotic. After years of putting down America, and shaming the people, our President demonstrates a love for the country that hasn’t been seen in any past regimes since the Ronaldus Magnus administration.

We’ve had so much rain this year that Queen Lili’uokalani Gardens is flooded! The walkways are all under water. On this sunny day, in between the raindrops and rainbows, it’s been a soggy year so far. No end in sight!

Nowemapa: Thanksgiving was extra special this year. For no particular reason. Except it’s Turkey Day! Giving Thanks! There’s been a change in the direction of the sunrise and sunset. You can feel a difference in the evening when the temperatures drop, and you no longer have to have the ceiling fan on. Winter is coming.

Now that the volcanic activity has quieted down, the air is much cleaner. Views of Mauna Kea, and Mauna Loa are stunning. Up goes the Christmas tree and decorations in preparation for Christmas. There’s a level of excitement in the air this year. Really looking forward to the season.

Kēkēmapa: It’s now December 31st, at the time of this writing. We finally had a chance to visit Poho’iki boat ramp. What a Christmas gift Pele left for us.

Adorning the fresh lava rock are wrapped gifts and blessings

Behold the newly formed Black Sand Beach

Looking back at Issac Hale, the Poho’iki boat ramp. You can see the ramp that now dips into a newly formed hot pond. There are other hot ponds formed in the area. The entire area is surrounded by mounds of Black Sand. A whole new shoreline has been formed. People have planted coconut seedlings. In 20 years, this beach will be adorned with tall palms in remembrance of Pele’s visit.

Out of the disaster, some good had occurred. A sickness had affected the ‘Ōhi’a Lehua trees. Called “Rapid ‘Ōhi’a Death” (ROD), the fungal disease has been destroying the native trees across the Big Island. The ‘Ōhi’a Lehua is the oldest and more prolific tree on Moku o Keawe (Hawaii Island). It is considered the the legend of Hi’iaka, and the jealousy of Pele. The bright red blossoms of the ‘Ōhi’a flower represent storytelling in Hawaiian folklore. Most of the diseased trees were destroyed, thus stopping the spread of the disease. ‘Ōhi’a Lehua is usually the first signs of life that appears from the fresh lava beds.

At the end of this day, the new year will begin, 2019. I’m optimistic for the future. And as I finish this article, this last post of 2018. I will spend my remaining time watching the neighbor fireworks from my lanai. Always a good show. Happy New Year.

 

 

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Mele Kalikimaka 2018

Merry Christmas

Mele Kalikimaka ia kakou, a Hau’oli Makahiki Hou! It’s Christmas time once again. Its my favorite time of the year. It’s been a good year, despite the challenges our great country has faced. My Christmas is giving all year round. Words cannot express my gratitude and blessings to be living in the greatest country in the world, and the Aloha State. There’s so much to talk about.

As mentioned, Christmas is a time of joy, and that is year around. Where I live on the southeast side of the Big Island of Hawai’i, it is very unique. Like all of the Hawaiian islands, they all have their own personalities. This location, on this planet, matches my happiness. I am sure there are places around the world where people have a kinship that bonds them to their location. You’re lucky enough to find one best friend in life, let alone a place on earth which bonds you to the land and culture.

So with that in mind, I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

We Are Of The Sea

No Ke Kai Kakou E

What a year it has been. As we get closer to the Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations, I have to reflect over the events on our island.

This year has been one of the wettest years since I can remember. Not since 2005 has there been this much rain. There was an island wide drought for years. That has ended. As of this writing, we have had more days of rain, than days of sunshine. That’s not a bad thing. My water catchment tank hasn’t been cleaner. Algae growth is down because the water is replenished. Yes, we drink our catchment water. It is filtrated with Ultraviolet light, rope and carbon filters, and a calcite filter to add minerals. Besides a first flush downspout to capture any debris in the gutters, we also use a nylon stocking to further capture any debris that would make it to the water tank. I’t a clean system where the PH is properly balanced. The calcite filter helps balance the PH. The volcano does throw acid in the air, and gets mixed into the rainfall.

Pele made an appearance in lower Puna. The eastern rift zone of the Big Island. For weeks we were watching spectacular lava flows into the ocean. Lava tubes that started in January of 2017, continued to 2018. Lava was draining Halema’uma’u caldera at Kilauea, and the Pu’u ‘Ō’ō vent. Numerous earthquakes occurred as the lava flowed underground into the ocean. There was a lot of tour boats that went out to view the lava.

Then the large 6.9 magnitude tremor happened, and cracks appeared in Leilani Estates grounds. The disaster unfolded quickly. A large portion of Leilani homes were destroyed. A number of fissures appeared like foot prints across the subsivision. Then they suddenly stopped. Only fissure #8, continued, and sent lava in huge rivers towards the ocean, destroying Kapoho vacation lots.

People were looking for a name for fissure #8. It was seemly unending in its lava flow. Somebody called it Pu’u Leilani. I named it Kawahawalu, which means fissure eight.  Kawahawalu formed a cinder cone over 150 ft high, taller than Aloha tower. As the lava flowed into the ocean, it created its own weather system. That wasn’t good. Pele’s hair, a mixture of lava glass that looks like hair. The steam formed hydrochloric acid. Very dangerous, and when mixed with trade wind showers, extremely acid rain.  We disconnected our first flush downspouts to prevent the rain water from entering the catchment tank. Still, there was a smoky smell in the air and water.

Eventually, Kawahawalu stopped erupting lava. Everything got quiet. The National Guard tested the air quality and any lava flows. Scientists determined the eruptions had stopped. The Guard dismantled the checkpoints, and allowed people back to their properties. The temporary shelter, Pu’u Honua o Puna, still exists to help people displaced from their property. Many have started rebuilding in other subdivisions. Some homes in Leilani Estates are total losses. Others are spared, but surrounded by hardened lava. The Geothermal electricity plant is permanently shut down. It’s a completely different island. There are still lava flows deep under neigh the ground. Steam seeps up from the    ground. The highway, Rt. 130, by Leilani Estates still has steal plating on the road, and steam still emits from the ground.

Air quality has cleaned up remarkably. The amount of acid rain has fallen below levels before the eruptions. Kilauea, Pu’u ‘Ō’ō, and Kawahawalu emissions are almost nonexistent. The lava flow into the ocean created a huge new Black Sand beach which stretches from Kapoho to Pohoiki boat ramp. Remarkably, Pohoiki was spared, but surrounded by lava. Large D9 bulldozers have been clearing the roads of lava. Incredible efforts by the country of Hawai’i to restore access to the affected areas. Such is life on a volcano.

So far, we’ve survived volcanoes, hurricanes, floods, and tourists. Just kidding about the tourists. It has been an interesting year, and it’s still not over. The whales have arrived back to the islands. The rain continues, and that’s a good thing. The sky weeps, the earth lives, Uē ka lani, ola ka honua.

I suddenly realized that I’ve been giving back to those in the community without realizing it. Volunteering my time, donating money and food, helping out those that have lost everything. Little things that add up. When my avocados produced more than I could use, I gave them away. Like much of my produce on my small farm, the rain, combined with what sun we had, produced an abundance. Why let it rot on the ground? Better to just box it up and drop it off. I hate things going to waste.

The chickens always find a new place to roost and lay eggs. Sometimes we get more eggs than we can use. So, we give them away. Some people see their eggs a 5 dollars per dozen carton. When the stores sell mainland eggs at half the price. It all local living, and giving back.

The season of giving is year round. Sometimes, in the course of just getting around daily living, you don’t see the little things. Until you start adding things up in reflection, you really don’t notice. I guess that’s the way it should be.

Decided to bring back “What’s For Dinner” one more time!

Hawaiian Ono Fish Mediterranean Style

Yes, I made that!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admissions Day

Hoʻokomo ʻana

In 1959, Hawai’i became the 50th State in the United States of America. A Constitutional Republic that welcomed the Land of Aloha into the Greatest Country in the world. The great experiment that started 242 years ago. It was, and still is, the the greatest historical event in the history of Hawai’i.

Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana’ole, introduced bills for Hawaiian statehood as early as 1919. At that time, Hawai’i was a US Territory, and Prince Kuhio was a non-voting delegate representing Hawai’i in Congress. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed a proclamation making Hawaii the 50th state in 1959.  Many Hawaiians embrace being American Citizens, as do I.

The Hawaiian culture includes the native Kanaka Maoli, but also other cultures around the world: Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, Russian, Dutch, Scottish, English, Samoan, Micronesian, and others.  Many were in the Monarchy of the Hawaiian Kingdom under King Kamehameha. There are generations of families that have worked the land, farmed, built the cities, run the government, and what they all have in common is the Aloha Spirit.

Of course, nothing is idyllic and perfect. Hawai’i does have its problems. Our government is a single party system. Mostly leftist democrat socialists that have turned the State into a huge welfare state. A homeless problem that is growing. Cost of living prevents low income families from affordable homes. A crushing tax burden. Dominate Unions that drive legislators by campaign money. Corruption that spawns from an unbalanced, and unfair, electoral system that draws less than 50% voter participation. Why? Because many people believe they no longer have a voice in their government.

Unfortunately, this is the reality of paradise. Leftist transplants have changed the political landscape since the 1960’s. These are the hippies, and socialists, that eventually entered public office. They campaigned on socialist programs such as government welfare, subsidizing housing, free healthcare, and taxing the rich, as the method to pay for it all. It’s very sad, but we are doing what we can to bring fiscal sanity and responsible government.

This could be the new seal of the State of Hawai’i, but I’m being too critical. I love living here despite the problems we have. I’ve lived in far worse places in my life, so I don’t want to disparage the one place where I live, and love.  The greater good far outweighs the bad.

Friday, August 17th, 2018 : Is Admissions Day. A special day where spontaneous Hula will break out. Celebrations will take place. People will rejoice in being Americans. I will enjoy living in the United States, in Hawai’i, and being positive of the future. The United States is our ‘Ohana, our family, and our ho’oaloha (friends). We are unique in so many ways.

Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka ‘Aina I Ka Pono

 

 

 

 

 

Fissure Eight

Kāwahawalu

It’s a great name for the active fissure that continues to pour lava into the ocean from Leilani Estates. It literally means ‘Fissure Eight’.

Currently, Fissure eight splatter cone is over 180 feet high. To put that in perspective, Aloha Tower is 184 feet tall, that’s ten stories high. The eruption has destroyed over 600 homes since May 3, 2018.

There are Twenty-Four fissures that have opened up in Leilani Estates. Only one continues to erupting rivers of molten lava at an astonishing rate that swallowed several subdivisions in the Kapoho area in lower Puna district. All the fissures did erupt lava, but eventually either slowed or stopped. Only fissure eight continues to be very active. Fissure eight continues to flow lava that have reached the ocean. The amount of lava has created its own weather system. A deadly system that includes poisonous hydrogen-sulfide gas, clouds of LAZE.

Laze — a combination of the words lava and haze — is the product of a chemical reaction that happens when molten, 2,140-degree-Fahrenheit lava hits the ocean. The sea water gets boiled, creating a messy mix of hydrochloric acid, steam, and tiny glass particles.

Credit – Big Island Video News – USGS – Hawai’i County Civil Defense

While this is of great concern for residents of lower Puna, a greater concern is looming some 20 miles away at the Kilauea caldera. As the caldera continues to sink into the crater, there is a concern that the lava and the underground water-table will combine. If that happens, it will cause a huge explosion, with huge rocks projectiles as large as cars sent for miles. A plume of hydrochloric acid will ascend thousands of feet into the atmosphere.

Since the beginning of May, 2018, when the fissures appeared, the floor of the Kilauea caldera has been sinking, daily. Each event has produced a 5.3 magnitude earthquake around the Volcano area. Earthquakes powerful enough to damage buildings, roads, and the surrounding village homes.

 

Geologists have warned that this explosive event could cause a very large earthquake that could cause a major Tsunami. Also a land slide from the lower rift into the ocean. The last time something like this happened, in 1975 when a magnitude 7.7 earthquake occurred, the Kapoho tide pools were created. It cause the ground in the Kapoho area to sink into the ocean. Today, the Kapoho tide ponds are no more. They have been reclaimed by Madam Tutu Pele. The area is now all black Pāhoehoe (smooth lava) and ʻĀʻā (rough lava). Both the ocean life and land vegetation is dead. All that remains, is newly formed land by lava. This is what the tide pools used to look like.

Kapoho Tide Pools

This was one of the hidden gems in Hawai’i. Warm tide pools where shallow enough to wander out. You could see little fish and shrimps scrambling around. It was peaceful and calm. You could either sit on the rocks, or in the tide pools. Eventually, this all will return, when Madam Tutu Pele decides to rest.

I don’t know which is worse. The fact that people who have either lost their homes to the lava, or the people that are robbing and vandalizing home of evacuees. These cock-a-roaches that steal from homeowners are truly disgusting and I hope they get caught. It is a felony if they are caught.

Meanwhile, we have must be ready to evacuate at a moments notice. We worry about the direction of the trade-winds, and if VOG and Pele’s Hair should appear (Pele’s Hair – fine threads of volcanic glass, formed when a spray of lava droplets cools rapidly in the air.) It looks like hair, but it’s glass and sharp. You don’t want to breathe that stuff in. So much for life on a volcano.

 

 

 

Fortunate Son

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA

 

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY

 

 

WORKING CLASS

Fortunate to be living in the Greatest Country in the world.

 

SCOTUS RULES

Supreme Court

Today the Supreme Court of the United States ruled favorably on two items. 1) President Trump’s travel restrictions and 2) Anti-Abortion Crisis Pregnancy Centers, saying California, and Hawai’i, went too far in trying to regulate them. Past rulings also included the Baker that refused to bake a custom gay wedding cake. Upcoming, a ruling expected in public-sector unions forced union dues. It’s expected the Court will rule against the unions. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell held the court’s vacant seat open for more than a year, so that Trump could fill it instead of President Obama, and It worked.

In the decision of the travel ban, the court ruled that the Executive Order to restrict people from certain countries entry into the United States, is Lawfully Constitutional. The President has the right to issue an executive order restricting entry into the country, from countries that have no security vetting for individuals. Most of those countries are islamic that harbor terrorists. It is the President’s job to protect, and defend, the country from all enemies, foreign and domestic. I will get to the domestic terrorists shortly.

In the decision regarding Anti-Abortion Pregnancy Centers, the court found it a violation of the organizations First Amendment Rights of Free Speech. What Kalifornia, also Hawai’i, was forcing the organizations to include abortion centers. Something that violates the organization’s conscience. Meaning, the government has no business forcing a private organization to include language that violates their rights to organize. The government cannot compulsorily force an organization to violate their beliefs.

 

Now For Domestic Terrorism

Dumbocrat, and leftist loon, Crazy Mazis Hirono, along with other progressive socialists (other dumbocrats), are openly calling for violence against conservatives, and especially, Trump cabinet members. These domestic terrorists have screamed and yelled at Trump staffers in restaurants. Terrorists left dead burned animals on the doorstep’s of Trump staffer homes. Threatened the children and families of Trump administration cabinet members. With members of congress, like Hirono, Waters, Pelosi, and Schumer, all are encouraging this violence. Note they are incensed by a Supreme Court ruling, and not just President Trump following the law as it was written by past administrations. They hate, because they are losing power.

Remember when Barry the BS’er said, “We are five days away from fundamentally changing America!” That was the beginning of dividing America, and the creation of an atmosphere of racial hatred.  Not soon after Hussein took office, he made a comment about police officers, saying that the police acted stupidly. Lets see the full quote:

“But I think it’s fair to say, No. 1, any of us would be pretty angry; No. 2, that the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home; and, No. 3 … that there’s a long history in this country of African-Americans and Latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately. The incident, Obama said, shows “how race remains a factor in this society.” 

Now remember when Eric Holder, the corrupt Attorney General, said, “Though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ethnic melting pot, in things racial, we have always been and we — I believe continue to be in too many ways essentially a nation of cowards,” Holder was eventually held in contempt of Congress. Also, Barry the BS’er claimed that racism was in America’s DNA.

Ironic, here’s the first black President in American history, that was elected twice. Barry went on a worldwide tour to apologize for America, and promoted racial division as part of his legacy. To the point of weaponizing powerful parts of the government to silence any opposition.  The root of this hatred is from the eight years of Hussein’s hatred of America. It has emboldened the socialist democrats to resort to the socialist tactics of Stalin and Mao. Millions of people died because of these monsters. The democrat party is increasing moving to the hard left. To communism. If they were to regain power, they will kill to keep it. It’s the history of communism.

Members of the socialist democrat party, like my senator, Crazy Mazie Hirono, expresses language unbecoming of a U.S. Senator.

Yes, this is our elected Hawai’i Senate Misrepresentitive

All this rhetoric is creating a dangerous climate of intimidation and fear. When elected officials openly encourage people to hunt down the President’s cabinet officials, their families, and children, to mob them, scream insults, intimidate, and create an environment of violence.

The left obviously wants to bring terrorists into the country. I’ll give you some examples. If there were people awake at the State Department, there would never be a Christmas Underwear Bomber. His father desperately tied to warn people that his son was going to commit an act of terrorism at 20,000 feet. What about he Shoe Bomber that tried to blow up an airplane heading to the United States.

What about the San Bernardino killers that went to islamic countries to learn terrorism. Neighbors knew there was something going on, but were too afraid to say anything, else be labeled as islamophobic, The Boston Bombers that used pressure cookers as bombs. The Russians warned the U.S. about them. The islamic Florida shooter that shot up a night club. There are so many other stories. Plus, there are known islamic terror camps in the United States that are training domestic terrorists. They have patterns of going back to their homelands to be instructed in terror activities.

Now, members of the government, and entertainment industry, openly calling for the rape of the President’s children, and the children of staff members. Unhinged Lunatics.

The Unhinged Left

People being attacked. Property being destroyed. A media that fabricates news, and sympathizes with domestic terrorism.  A media that openly calls people that voted for Donald Trump as Nazis. A DOJ intern shouts “F-U” Mr. President. A wanted poster placed in the neighborhood of a key staffer. Harassment at the homes of White House staffers.

The unhinged left blames all this hatred on the President. However, they cannot articulate anything that the President has actually said that is either racist, or bigotry. It’s all blind socialist hatred. Yet, dumbocrats would turn a blind eye to terrorists and allow them entry into the country.

Doug Chin, the socialist attorney from Hawai’i, pressed the courts to halt the travel ban and got a injunction. The Supreme Court has overturned this nonsense. Doug Chin, and his political ambitions, became a vexatious litigator, and a domestic terrorist, to harass the lawful, and Constitutional, duties of President Trump. If Hawai’i was smart, they’d vote out this idiot that used taxpayer monies to put the people of this country at risk of a terror attack.

If anything, as the left is losing, and normal people are seeing how horrible these people are behaving. The mid-term elections this year will answer a lot of questions. As will the 2020 Presidential elections. As I see the future, I optimistic that the direction of the country is going in the right direction. With low unemployment, and rising wages, the future looks promising. My optimism stops with seeing how uninformed and ignorant millennial’s are. With the hysterical reactionary that calls for violence by the left. Remember that once socialism takes hold in government, it is damned hard to get rid of it. Just look at Venezuela, one of the countries on the President’s travel ban list. It’s an example how well socialism works. If it takes hold here, there is nowhere else in the world to go. All freedoms would be lost.

 

 

 

 

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