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Occupy groups protesting at Kukio (Dec. 31)

Occupy groups protesting at Kukio (Dec. 31)

MEDIA RELEASE Join the 99% concerned about justice, peace and the earth. Meet 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 31 fronting Kukio, 15 miles north of Kailua Kona, just south of the Four Seasons/Hualalai Resort. People leaving from the Hilo side will meet at 7 a.m. across from Merrill Lynch for car pooling. Kukio is a […]

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Occupy Kona hosts first general assembly

Occupy Kona hosts first general assembly

Special to Hawaii 24/7 by Duke Kell On Saturday, Nov. 26, 104 motivated citizens filled the picnic tables that lined the open hall of the Hale Halawai in Kailua-Kona. They were attending the first public general assembly for Occupy Kona, an open forum to voice concerns about the future of the community and the country. […]

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Occupy Wall Street meeting in Kona (Nov. 26)

Occupy Wall Street meeting in Kona (Nov. 26)

MEDIA RELEASE The Occupy Wall Street Movement is entering its third month and already it is the biggest political movement since the anti-war and Civil Rights movements of the 1960s. That is because there is not a single person who had not been affected by the economic crisis. Occupy Kona — as well as Occupy […]

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Gutteling: Capitalism is not the problem

Gutteling: Capitalism is not the problem

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Poll: Occupy much more popular in Hawaii than Tea Party

Poll: Occupy much more popular in Hawaii than Tea Party

MEDIA RELEASE According to Public Policy Polling, Linda Lingle would be wise not to embrace the Tea Party in her bid to represent Hawaii in the Senate. The movement has become unpopular even in red-leaning states, but it is massively disliked in deep-blue Hawaii. Lingle’s relative popularity comes from warm feelings from many of the […]

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Kell: Direct democracy at work

Kell: Direct democracy at work

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'We want to reform campaign contribution laws so that you can't buy democracy anymore'

Kona, Hilo stage protests in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street

‘We want to reform campaign contribution laws so that you can’t buy democracy anymore’

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'Occupy Wall Street' comes to Big Isle (Oct. 3)

‘Occupy Wall Street’ comes to Big Isle (Oct. 3)

MEDIA RELEASE Spring is coming to America as the American peoples’ patience with the current disastrous global financial state of affairs caused by Wall St falls. Two solidarity protests are planned Monday, Oct. 3 on the Big Island: * KONA: 3 p.m. on Queen Kaahumanu Highway across from the now-closed Borders Bookstore location. * HILO: […]

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