Kick Them All Out

This is what resisting tyranny and defying unlawful mandates, policies and crimes against the people looks like! I hope the parents are just as stringent on what their kids are being subjected too in the public indoctrination centers we call public school, but if there is a lesson learned at a Manchester, Michigan high school it is to defy tyrants! And the parents were teaching their kids just that and it is glorious! Continue reading “Parents Encourage Students To Defy Mask Mandates At Michigan High School – & They Do!”

Maui Now

State officials unveiled the new Hawaiʻi SMART Health Card, which launches on Sept. 10, 2021. The voluntary program enables individuals who received their COVID-19 vaccinations in Hawaiʻi to create a state-issued digital card that may be used to confirm their vaccination status to businesses and venues that require it.

This comes as Maui prepares to roll out its Safer Outside rules, and Oʻahu launches its Safe Access program Continue reading “Hawaiʻi SMART Health Card Launches Sept 10 for Vaccination Status Verification”

Maui Now – by Wendy Osher

Maui Mayor Michael Victorino said a modified health pass will be implemented at Maui County restaurants beginning on Sept. 15, that is similar to, but less restrictive than the Safe Access O‘ahu program that begins in just 10 days.

While O‘ahu’s program is for restaurants, bars, gyms, movie theaters, museums, arcades and other similar establishments, Mayor Victorino did not specify what types of businesses besides restaurants would be included. Continue reading “Maui to Implement Health Pass on Sept. 15”


(HONOLULU) KHON2 — As we’ve been told, some of the best ways to fight the spread of COVID-19 are by keeping your distance from others, wearing a mask, and washing your hands.

But what if you want to do more? A global study for a vaccine is taking place here in the islands, and is looking for participants. Continue reading “Hawaii residents happy to join fight against COVID-19 in vaccine clinical trial”

Haven’t emailed you any Maui updates in a while. I’ve been so thoroughly disgusted with the whole situation here.

The Maui Mayor opened the beaches a few weeks ago, then last week BANNED UMBRELLAS at the beach! No tents, easy-ups, umbrellas, or shade structures of any kind allowed. I never go to the beach without my umbrella, so the beach is out for me. Continue reading “Maui update”

Hawaii Free Press

News Release from HDoT, April 24, 2020

The Hawai’i Department of Transportation (HDOT) has implemented improved measures to verify incoming passenger information before they leave the airport to help ensure people are abiding by the traveler quarantine order. The enhanced process is underway at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) and will begin statewide in the coming days. Continue reading “DoT Outlines New Verification Process for Airline Passengers”

Maui Now

As the state and counties issue their own emergency rules, discrepancies have surfaced over the course of the pandemic, resulting in confusion over beach use, temporary curfews and stay-at-home orders to name a few. Continue reading “Counties Now Need Approval of Governor or HIEMA Before Issuing Emergency Rules, Order or Proclamations”

As of April 15, 2020, State of Hawaii reports Maui County 3 COVID-19 related deaths, total of 9 deaths Statewide. So they bring in 1200 National Guardsmen? Meanwhile, no one I know has received their unemployment, site still crashing and people can’t get through on the phone lines. Businesses that are open are still requiring masks to enter the stores. Staggering unemployment. Connect the dots. Continue reading “Hawaii: 800 Additional National Guard Members Put on COVID-19 Mission”

Below is a statement from the Maui Police Department regarding the roadblocks:

“We would like the community to know when you encounter a roadblock, please wait and follow the on scene officers instructions. Be prepared to have your driver’s license, registration and valid insurance. The wait may be long because there are a lot of people still on the road that should not be.”  Continue reading “Maui Illegal Roadblocks”

Stricter public health emergency rules to start tonight for Maui County

Mayor Michael Victorino reminds the public that stricter public health emergency rules are effective tonight, April 10, at 11 p.m. for Maui County. Continue reading “Maui Mayor goes FULL on Nazi! This was effective April 10, 2020”

Maui is on the leading edge of martial law in the country! I’m sure our Mayor and Governor are foaming at the mouth with all this power. My now unemployed son filed for unemployment 3 weeks ago, along with the other 200,000+ claims filed in the last 3 weeks. As far as we know, no one has gotten any unemployment yet. Does the State even have the $$$? Or did they spend it on drones, masks, and government payoffs?  Continue reading “Maui Update”