The Right Price reflects Larry Price’s views on political issues facing the state of Hawaii, and the nation. Larry Price is the co-host of the morning drive Perry and Price Show on KSSK, and a professor in residence of the MBA Program at Chaminade University of Honolulu.

Below are the last 5 columns written by Larry Price

A Peek Inside The Capitol

Wednesday - January 25, 2012
By Larry Price

The square building on South Beretania is the most interesting structure on Oahu. Its open-air design is appropriately shaped like twin volcanoes surrounded by a reflective pool filled with tilapia frolicking in and out of a few wellplaced foundations.

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Government And The Work Force

Wednesday - January 18, 2012
By Larry Price

Workers in America are fortunate compared to many others around the world. That’s a wellknown fact. One of the reasons is our government, management and labor leaders are constantly trying to improve workers’ environment.

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Paying For A Lost-prone Sailor

Wednesday - January 11, 2012
By Larry Price

Lt. Leigh Cotterell, spokesman for the U.S. Coast Guard, had the quote of 2012. He was speaking about a 66-year-old Seattle sailor who was reported missing in the Pacific Ocean while attempting to sail from Kauai to Oahu.

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Mr. Kawamoto, Kokua Hawaii

Wednesday - January 04, 2012
By Larry Price

I was amused by the state’s announcement that it is cracking down on property owners whose landscapes encroach on public rights of way. The opposite is usually the case, isn’t it? The public encroaches on the property owners.

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Don’t Be Driven By Fear Of Failure

Wednesday - December 28, 2011
By Larry Price

Failure is probably one of the most-feared words in Hawaii’s fragile economic environment. Too many people seem to be afraid to try new ideas or dump the old ones that haven’t worked.

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