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Letter: True compassion in opening streets

For our island community to function in the most resilient manner possible, it’s critical that we keep our roadways, sidewalks and other public areas open for their intended use. Read More

Letter: Wrong to visit with murderous dictator

U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard claims that she is running for president to promote “peace … freedom, justice, equality and opportunity for all” (“She’s running,” Star-Advertiser, Jan. 12). Read More
 

Letter: Federal workers deserve our thanks

On Jan. 10, I went through the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) line at the Honolulu airport and realized the TSA agents were not being paid due to the federal government shutdown. Read More
 

Letter: Politicians need to grow up, do job

Our elected officials should not be allowed to have their cake and eat it too. They should not be allowed to act and behave like spoiled brats, committing acts that turn the household (our country) upside down, just because they do not get what they want or get their way. Read More

Letter: Gabbard right about religious bigotry

In the article, “Gabbard takes aim at Hirono, other Democratic colleagues” (Star-Advertiser, Jan. 10), two senators are accused of religious bigotry in questioning the suitability of a Nebraska District Court nominee because of his membership in the Catholic organization Knights of Columbus, which held earlier positions against same-sex marriage and abortion — positions called “extremist” by U.S. Sens. Mazie Hirono and Kamala Harris. Read More

Letter: Welcome dogs as part of our ohana

Pets are a part of our ohana and it’s time for Hawaii to take a seat at the table with the rest of the modern world (pets included, of course). Read More
 

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