Carroll talks about the many lies of the government and the many long delays on projects. He also wonders, how is it, time and again, monetary grants are not spent and are lost. Maybe it's not bad politics, it's bad people.
Carroll talks about the many reactions to the NFL protests. The military defends our rights to speak up under the Constitution. The NFL is not protesting the military, or even the country's police. Think about what they are really protesting. How much of the taxpayers' money was spent on Vice President Pence going to
a football game so he could walk out on the players' protest? And, President Trump says he asked Pence to walk out. Another protest.
Carroll notes Governor Ige has not signed the new boating rules that include inhumane handling of cats. Carroll then reads from a draft report about the many pharmaceuticals and wastewater compounds discharged into the ocean. Cats are not the big problem, chemicals are. We should be addressing what causes the feral cat problem. Inhumane
treatment will not fix it.
Carroll then talks about Dan Dennison's past behavior and communication issues. Carroll asks, should a person with such a history of issues in past jobs have been hired as Senior Communications Manager of the Department of Land and Natural Resources. Carroll reads a letter he wrote to Mr. Dennison and the state asking questions about the issues. He has not
heard anything back. Listen to Carroll's 9/17 show for more information. Ethics and respect are important.
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Carroll continues his discussion about local issues on Olelo Public Television, Channel 54.