Maui Event: Peggy Grande, confidant to President Ronald Reagan
Millennials are public pension losers
VIDEO: Grassroot Institute writer discusses audit of rail fiasco
MAUI EVENT: How to lower the cost of health care
Giving rail credit where it isn't due
Floating rail bonds could sink city credit
Economic freedom needed to increase affordable housing
HART board chokes on forensic audit
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Peggy Grande will speak on Maui on Saturday, August 5, 2017.
Hawaii may be giving millennials the short end of the stick when it comes to the state’s unfunded public pension liabilities.
Longtime journalist Mark Coleman talked recently about his article “Honolulu rail clearly a fiasco” with ThinkTech Hawaii host Tim Apicella, and suggested that now would be an ideal time to subject the over-budget, behind-schedule project to an independent forensic...
Presentation featuring Dr. Kyle Varner, former Hawaii physician.
The over-budget, behind-schedule rail is like the cousin who is always hitting you up for money.
HART plans to ask for $350 million in additional general obligation bonds every year for the next six years to keep the project moving forward to Ala Moana.
A respect for property rights and economic freedom can help provide housing for local families, said Dr. Akina at an affordable housing summit on Maui.
Members of the HART board supported a forensic audit to investigate the rail project, but then the audit was canceled.
Mark Coleman reviews some of the biggest problems with Honolulu’s rail project so far.
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