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Salem-News.com (Aug-07-2014 21:00)

Hawaii Prepares for Duel Hurricane Punch

Hawaii's schools would be closed on Friday, but authorities planned to keep airports open so planes could land in an emergency, even as some airlines canceled flights, officials said.

(HILO, Hawaii) - Hawaii Hurricanes Hawaii braced for a one-two punch from a pair of major storms barreling toward the archipelago on Thursday, with Hurricane Iselle leading the way bringing high winds and heavy surf as Hurricane Julio gathered steam behind it, U.S. officials said.

Wind shook palm trees on Hawaii's Big Island and caused white caps to form off the coast as Iselle approached on Thursday afternoon rated a Category 1 hurricane, even with the eye of the storm still about 150 miles east of the town of Hilo.

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Salem-News.com (May-19-2014 20:06)

One Nation the U.S. Actually Should Liberate: Hawai`i

Jon Olsen's new book, Liberate Hawai'i: Renouncing and Defying the Continuing Fraudulent U.S. Claim to the sovereignty of Hawai'i, makes a compelling case.

(CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA) - Liberate Hawaii Some nations the United States should probably not liberate -- except perhaps the 175 nations which could be liberated from the presence of U.S. soldiers. But one nation I would make an exception for, and that is the nation of Hawai'i.

Olsen's case, in very condensed summary, looks like this: Hawai'i was an independent nation, recognized as such by the United States and numerous other nations, with treaties in effect between Hawai'i and other nations, including the United States, that have never been terminated.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-25-2014 17:44)

The Ken O`Keefe Family Values Tour

World says goodbye to the mother of one of Gaza's most well known and substantial activists.

(SALEM) - Ken O'Keefe and Pat Johnson Pat Johnson, mother of Gaza activist and reporter Ken O'Keeft, died today.

Ken released the news, we are carrying this article as a tribute to Pat, who will always be remembered as an incredible mom and friend, we are sad she has left us, the world is a more empty place today.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-21-2013 16:45)

Picasso Didn`t Go There... My Three Musicians

If music be the food of love, play on... - Smutty Bill

(DAYTONA BEACH) - Jazz Music Hawaii History There's an enigma about jazz. I mean traditional jazz, not the offshoots, the evolutionary branches.

I mean the kind you might have heard on Bourbon Street in the Big Easy, although more likely, these days, drowned out by hard rock abominations. Trad. Where I live, in Dixie where it all started, anyone you might stop on the street doesn't even know what you're talking about.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-28-2013 23:27)

Roger Christie Scheduled for Court Monday

Reverend Christie faces anywhere from 5 to 40 years in federal prison, as does his wife who also faces the same charges, though she remains free pending her trial.

(COTTAGE GROVE) - Roger and Shar Christie Hawaii Cannabis Ministry founder Roger Christie, has been in Honolulu federal prison without bail for exactly 1,117 days as of today, on charges related to alleged cannabis possession and distribution.

Three federal judges claim that Christie – Reverend of THC Ministry and one of Hawaii’s strongest advocates of cannabis – is a "danger to society" and have detained him since the 8th of July 2010.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-19-2013 17:33)

Legendary Lensman Dives Into Surfline`s Photo Universe

Iconic photographer Aaron Chang set to judge Surfline’s annual User Photo Challenge.

(HUNTINGTON BEACH) - Aaron Chang portrait Aaron Chang, one of the most prolific surf photographers of all time, is once again judging Surfline.com’s annual User Photo Challenge, and – along with Surfline's Jeremiah Klein and Billy Watts -- selecting the $1,000 winner.

Amateur photographers who upload to Surfline.com’s User Photos section will have their work ultimately judged by Mr. Chang himself in the yearly contest.

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Salem-News.com (May-22-2013 13:00)

Hawai`i May Face Federal Prosecution Over Bird and Other Wildlife Deaths

Light pollution from certain street lights causing fatal attraction.

(WASHINGTON DC) - Newell's Shearwater The Federal Govt has warned Hawai'i that it should either enter a plea agreement with the Department of Justice (DOJ) or face criminal prosecution, including possible jail time.

This is over the deaths of a large number of Wedge-tailed Shearwaters and other wildlife caused by the continued use of certain street lights.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-30-2012 13:29)

It`s Semi Whacky in Waikiki

Did you know that Hawaii contains the only royal palace on US soil?

(SALEM) - Hawaii With our eye on Hawaii, we recently decided to visit the 49th of 50 states we hope to see before we pass on; only South Dakota remains.

The warmer climate and mixture of Asian cultures were the main incentives to test out Honolulu.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-14-2012 14:38)

Brady Center Urges Appeals Court to Dismiss Challenge to Hawaii Gun Laws

The Brady Center’s brief cites data showing that Hawaii’s strong gun laws have helped Hawaii achieve the lowest gun death rate in the nation.

(WASHINGTON DC) - Hawaii gun laws The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed a brief today in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit urging the court to dismiss a challenge to Hawaii’s strong gun laws restricting the carrying of loaded guns in public.

In April, a judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii dismissed the lawsuit that is now on appeal, finding that Hawaii’s gun laws restricting public gun carrying are consistent with the Second Amendment.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-19-2012 23:54)

Black Marine History Through White Marine Eyes

Sept. 9, 1949 is a historic but little known date in the long history of our beloved Marine Corps. That is the day, 63 years ago, that the Montford Point Boot Camp for Marines of African Ancestry was closed, after seven years of operation. -

Edited by Coral Anika Theill

(KANE'OHE, Hawaii) - Montford Point Marine at Iwo Jima Black Marines took their place in our Corps history, albeit initially a brief place, during the Revolutionary War.

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