Browsing All Posts published on »July, 2012«

Financial Capital Trough – not a level playing field?

July 30, 2012

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With the continued News of the global corruption and abuse of financial systems, there are still some major disconnects, lack of understanding and transparency in what qualifies one to get cash from the Discount Window at the Federal Reserve? I’d like to see one average American Taxpayer walk up to the Discount Window at the […]

The Unspoken side of Homelessness

July 22, 2012

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What are the challenges for people who don’t have a roof over their head, does our society, city, state and government really address the causes and solutions to homelessness… or do we turn a blind eye and add insult to injury by adding stigma’s of misunderstanding? Often judging the individual sight seen, calling homeless people […]

Grace Pacific lost its “grace” to wildlife & our environment

July 22, 2012

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I am not an environmentalist, and I am not sure if it takes the knowledge or understanding of an environmental degree to have common sense to recognize a hazard. The stream and the Pouhala Marsh State Wildlife sanctuary area is home to the endangered ‘Alae ‘ula – Hawaiian Gallinule or Mud Hen, and they are […]

“President Barack Obama – Bridging The United States with the Global economies”

July 14, 2012

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Pathways to Paradise TV Show – President Barack Obama shares the importance of the United States in bridging our commerce, jobs, trade and exports with the Global economies of the Asia Pacific region. Barack H. Obama is the 44th President of the United States, his story is a true American story and has propelled humanity […]

Were is the ability to view television with over-the-air signal in Hawaii?

July 11, 2012

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With the current black out of KITV on Oceanic Time Warner Cable, it begs to ask a bigger question, were is the ability to view television in your home with an “over-the-air signal” in Hawaii? As most of you have experienced in your home trying to view any local TV program without the purchase of […]

Admiral Robert Wilard’s “APEC statement of Intent” failed to provide quick solution to Power Outages in the Eastern United States

July 3, 2012

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In November in Honolulu, as Admiral Robert Wilard and 4 other top officals signed the Joint ‘Statement of Intent’ to Strengthen Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience, we questioned the ability of the our current government, military, utility companies, the work force, our disaster plans and strategies to quickly address and restore power during natural disasters.  We […]