What’s going on right now with price gouging in the state of Hawaii is a crime.
No really. It’s a crime.
Price gouging is unconscionable in the face of natural disasters such as Hurricane Iselle. We all understand mark-ups and the [...]
Homelessness is a national problem and a horrific issue. The competing interests of being my brother’s keeper and taking care of my family create hard choices. Anyone with a heart who enters Kaka’ako sees homeless families with smiling, playing children. How horrible must the alternative be [...]
This is a continuation of an article on the Huffington Post. Click here to read what triggered the solutions discussed in this article.
Arguing these carts are stolen property doesn’t understand the American economy. We know Foodland has shopping carts that [...]
Jury deliberation in the Deedy case is entering its fourth full day, so what does that mean? The answer: absolutely nothing. The only thing it means is everybody who told you that this was an obvious case, that it’s a slam-dunk, that either Deedy is going [...]
We’re unhappy with the verdict. We wanted a verdict that closed our nation’s cultural chasm and let families, American families, let their children walk the streets safely at night. We didn’t get [...]
I don’t think I was shocked by the verdict. Usually, by the end of opening statements experienced attorneys can predict, with reasonable certainty, the outcome of the trial. If you are heavily emotionally involved with the Zimmerman case, this article is not for you. But [...]
A quick update: late yesterday the Star advertiser published the two videos that the defense and the prosecution I wanted to put in the evidence on the Christopher Deedy case. Both of these videos are linked below. Watch on your own. After you watch the videos please read [...]