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Guest Post: Stacey Abrams’ Response to Trump’s SOTU

  Good evening, my fellow Americans. I’m Stacey Abrams, and I am honored to join the conversation about the state of our union. Growing up, my family went back and forth between lower middle class and working poor. Yet, even

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Posted in Business and Justice, I BLOG, Justice, Politics and Religion, Uncategorized, Workers' Rights

Guest Post: After U.S. INF Withdrawal, Plowshares Activists, Facing Years in Prison, Warn of Nuclear Peril

The Kings Bay Plowshares 7 released the following statement on Monday: “On Friday, the United States unilaterally withdrew from the landmark Intermediate Range Nuclear Missile Treaty (INF). ‘There is a real and present danger that this action will provoke a

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Posted in Catholics and Culture, I BLOG, Nuclear disarmament, Nuclear weapons, Politics and Religion

Guest Post: Hooser says your testimony could help advance bills to improve the lives of many in Hawaiʻi

It’s time to rock and roll my friends. Important bills are being scheduled at the legislature and your testimony, both in person and via email, is important.  Trust me on this.  While some think that just a little ol’ email

Posted in I BLOG, Justice, Politics and Religion, Uncategorized

Guest Post: ADVENT helps us realize we live in in-between times

Today is the first Sunday of the Advent Season. Hence the purple. Purple for the royalty of Christ. Purple for the wounds our Christ endures as he seeks to teach us what it is to be truly human, beings. And

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Posted in I BLOG, Politics and Religion, Uncategorized

It’s NOT too late to REGISTER AND VOTE TODAY. Polls close at 6p.m.

Polls are open until 6pm. If you need to find out where your polling location is check out the Office of Elections Polling Location Finder If you still arenʻt registered to vote – you can register at the polls today.

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Posted in I BLOG, Politics and Religion, Uncategorized

Guest Post: Rev. Jazzy Bostock on finding living water in a parched landscape

Where there is no water, there can be no life. This is true of plants and animals alike. There is no substitute for water. This week, I began to pull out some of the overgrowth in the little garden behind

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Posted in I BLOG, Justice, Politics and Religion, Uncategorized

Governor Ige: Leadership, Core Values and Resolve Under Pressure

Originally posted on GaryHooser's Blog:
Governor David Ige’s leadership, core values and resolve under pressure was clearly demonstrated by his recent signing into law SB3095.  Hawai‘i residents concerned about their health and the health of their children and grandchildren…

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Posted in I BLOG, Politics and Religion, Uncategorized

CTA Calls on Catholics to Take Immediate Action for Immigrant Families

Call To Action, a Catholic organization committed to justice in our Church and world, is appalled by the forced separation of migrant families, as well as the practice of detaining children in Border Patrol facilities, tent camps and other horrific locations. This

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Posted in Catholics and Culture, Child Abuse, Children, Human Rights, Immigration, Politics and Religion, Uncategorized

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