Rick Hamada & Scotty B

Rick Hamada & Scotty B

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May 17, 2022 6 min
Rick Hamada speaks with Roxanne Earwood of Aloha Freedom Coaltion about an upcoming demonstration at the state capital regarding the continued masking of children in Hawaii schools -- the only state that continues masking kids in schools.
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Rick Hamada & iHeart White House Correspondent Jon Decker touch base on Tuesday morning to talk about the new White House press secretary, the President visiting Buffalo, New York after a mass shooting over the weekend, and more headlines from Washington D.C.
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Rick Hamada sits down with Dr. Alan Faulkner and Chris Faulkner of Aloha Laser Vision and Aloha Laser Aesthetics to talk about the new office and medical headlines in the news...including rising COVID cases (once again) in Hawaii.
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Michael Kitchens of Stolen Stuff Hawaii is back with Rick Hamada to talk about the latest with HB 1567 "Bail Reform" -- the bill that currently sits on Governor Ige's desk for veto or signature and how the citizen petition he is spearheading to veto that bill is going. Michael also talks about what transpired when he had a meeting with the legislator who authored HB 1567.
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Rick Hamada is joined by Ira Mehlman of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (F.A.I.R.) to discuss the latest headlines surrounding illegal immigration as we get closer to the federal government dropping Title 42 on May 23rd -- and the huge surge of illegals likely to happen on that date.
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May 16, 2022 45 min
Catch the SHOPO Hour live every Monday morning at 7AM on NewsRadio 830 KHVH! This week's episode again discusses HB 1567, the "bail reform" bill that currently awaits Governor Ige's veto or signature. HPD officers Mark, Steve, and Bobby talk about the latest development on that bill and take calls from listeners. Also, the guys remind listeners that this week is Police Week, taking time to remember the police of...
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It was a weekend filled with action, headlines, and....a no-hitter thrown by a team that lost? Rick Hamada covers it all on this edition of the Giovanni Pastrami Monday Morning Sports Report.
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Rick Hamada reconnects with long-time friend of the show and FOX Sports Radio's national morning show co-host Jonas Knox to talk sports on Saturday morning. Leading off the conversation: Rick catches Jonas up on BJ Penn's run for Hawaii governor. Then, they get into NFL and MLB headlines and more.
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Rick Hamada talks with Dan Del Negro of the Honolulu Jazz Quartet about the group's upcoming appearance at Blue Note Hawaii Sunday May 22nd. For information and tickets, go to https://www.bluenotejazz.com/hawaii/shows/?event_detail=honolulu-jazz-quartet&timestamp=2022-05-22
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Chad Blair is back for his regular Thursday in-depth segment with Rick Hamada...and the conversation leads off with the Hawaii state legislature's $600 million to the Department of Hawaiian Homelands to get housing (finally) developed. Plus, Chad and Rick talk about COVID and the continued masking of schoolchildren through the summer months.
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Rick Hamada talks with Vicky Cayetano, candidate for Governor of Hawaii. Vicky, a long-time entrepreneur and former First Lady of Hawaii, talks about her long career in the business world and why that experience makes her stand out in a large field of candidates. Plus, she answers questions from listeners throughout the conversation.
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A great friend of the Rick Hamada show, Dr. Alan Faulkner calls in to talk about his brand new facility at Aloha Laser Aesthetics and the open house happening today! Hear what Aloha Laser Aesthetics can do for you.
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Rick Hamada talks with Gary Cordery, Republican candidate for Hawaii governor in 2022. Get to know Gary and the core tenets of his campaign for the office.
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After one week off, Rick Hamada & Richard Cricchio of Help-U-Sell Hawaii return for another week of Real Estate Q&A. Richard & Rick talk about a story out of San Francisco regarding rental units -- and how housing shortages lead people to "creativity" in obtaining a roof over their heads.
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David Fisher of Landmark Capital has been having busy days and nights during these days of volatile market conditions -- and he's back to share his insights on this edition of Wealth Wednesday with Rick Hamada. Hear why David considers the current time "the slow bleed" and what he sees coming in the next months.
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Mayor Rick Blangiardi is out of the state this week, so Department of Transportation Services Roger Morton steps in on this week's edition of Ask The Mayor. Roger answers a lot of calls from listeners and provides updates on projects and service issues involving The Bus and the Honolulu Rail Transit project.
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Continuing our commitment to keeping veteran's in Hawaii informed of choices they have in health care matters, Rick Hamada is once again joined by Amy Rohlfs of the Veteran's Affairs Pacific Island Health Care System (VAPICS) to give the latest updates for the month of May!
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Rick Hamada talks with former deputy prosecutor Megan Kau on a number of topics making headlines. As a currently practicing defense attorney, hear what she things are the major problems with HB 1567 -- the "bail reform" bill currently pending with Governor Ige to either sign or veto.
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Rick Hamada talks with former Kaua'i police officer and county councilman (and current special investigator with the Kaua'i prosecutor's office) Mel Rapozo to get a neighbor island perspective on HB 1567, the "bail reform" bill currently before Governor Ige to sign or veto. Get Mel's thoughts on the crimes that will no longer lead to arrests or incarcerations and what that means for crimes that are prevalen...
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Rick Hamada connects for a few moments with SHOPO president Bobby Cavaco as a follow-up after appearing with Michael Kitchens and Stolen Stuff Hawaii Monday night. Bobby talks about spreading the word on HB 1567 and the urgency to get this bill vetoed by Governor Ige.
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