Monthly Archives: September 2007

Anti-UARC coalition delivers scathing report on corrupt origins of the UARC

HONOLULU ADVERTISER September 26, 2007 Military Research on Hawaii Campus Opposed By William Cole Opponents of a U.S. Navy-affiliated research center proposed for the University of Hawai’i yesterday decried the center, which would conduct research for the military, as “rotten to the core” ahead of an expected final vote by the Board of Regents tomorrow… Read more »

Schofield Soldier Charged with Exposing Himself

Schofield Soldier Charged with Exposing Himself Written by Tina Chau – September 26, 2007 03:38 AM Kenneth Stanley, 22, was in his military garb when his mug shot was taken. The soldier was arrested at Schofield Barracks and has been charged with exposing himself to young girls as they walked home from school. Police… Read more »

Soldier Arrested for flashing girls in Mililani

Suspected Flasher Arrested By: Mari-Ela David MILILANI (KHNL) – There’s been a recent rash of crime near Mililani High School, but Honolulu police say they’ve made at least one arrest to keep the area safe. Officers arrested a man at Schofield Tuesday morning. 23-year-old Kenneth Stanley is suspected of flashing females ages 12 to 16…. Read more »

Moku o Keawe blasts Stryker expansion

September 26, 2007 ROD THOMPSON / RTHOMPSON@STARBULLETIN.COM Former Office of Hawaiian Affairs Trustee Moanikeala Akaka forcefully expressed an opinion to Army public affairs officer Howard Sugai, back to camera, before last night’s hearing on stationing a Stryker brigade in Hawaii. Opponents dominate forum By Rod Thompson HILO » About 60 Big Island residents attended… Read more »

Thanks, But No Tanks

Thanks but no tanks — Stryker draft EIS ready for comment Public hearings set for September 25 & 26 Wednesday, September 19, 2007 8:44 AM HST As long as Senator Daniel Inouye has been representing Hawai`i in congress, the islands have received more than their fair share of military pork. With the recent discovery of… Read more »

Pearl Harbor and ‘Iolani Palace History News Network 9/17/07 When’s a Palace an Emblem of Democratic Aspirations? By Ron Briley Mr. Briley is Assistant Headmaster, Sandia Preparatory School. A recent visit to Hawaii during the annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association offered an opportunity to observe the impact of historical narratives well beyond… Read more »

6th International Meeting of Women Resisting Militarism

6th International Meeting of Women Resisting Militarism: San Francisco, CA The International Women’s Network Against Militarism’s 6th international meeting: Women Working for Human Rights, Sustainability and Everyday Security. This meeting brings together 80 women from Korea, Okinawa, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico, Philippines, mainland Japan and the U.S. to share information and strategize about the negative… Read more »