Is Hawaii the dumping ground for mainland homeless?

Councilmember Stanley Chang of Honolulu confers with policeman in Waikiki about homelessness

Recently the Honolulu Star Advertiser had a series of articles discussing the plight of the homeless in Hawaii.  A number of the homeless who were interviewed admitted to moving to Hawaii because of an interest in avoiding cold winters, as the prospect of living in a tent in Hawaii outweighed … Continue reading

Pacific’s ‘Georgia O’Keefe’ artist brings visual answer to drought problems

Eberhart with an orchid painting reminiscent of the work of Georgia O'Keefe.

Carol Forsloff—-She does not just paint flowers, but those she does are brought to life in a fashion that mirrors that of the famed artist, Georgia O’Keefe.  This talented artist, who transcends the ordinary from Hawaii to California, offers an answer to the problems of drought while bringing others a … Continue reading

The Hawaii solution to abortion

Carol Forsloff—“My oldest daughter isn’t married yet but she wants to have a child.  So she is returning to Hawaii to have one.”In the current political climate on social issues there are often no easy answers to the problems of infertility or unwanted pregnancies.  Yet Hawaii has a custom that … Continue reading