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Past record or present performance?
Now let’s face it, there are thousands and thousands of people spread throughout this great big world of ours who have some ‘skeletons in their closet’, so to speak, who have a record of not performing too well in the past. Quite frankly, if I...
State of neglect
The image of Prime Minister Perry Christie standing with his hands in his pockets gazing at a raging fire that had spread from the city dump on Sunday and was threatening nearby homes served as a tragic allegory of the past five years of his administ...
FNM axed Gibson
The Free National Movement (FNM) has prettied it up for the media and for the public in an obvious attempt to avoid any bad press, but National Review can reveal that the leadership of the FNM took the Golden Isles nomination from attorney Kenyatta G...
Dolly house
The resignation of Branville McCartney from the Senate last week had a short run in the headlines for a couple of reasons: Sunday’s fire at the city dump quickly developed into a crisis; and, as resignations go, this one was far from surprising. L...
Call off the dogs
In portraying his “deepest expression of regret” for flashing his middle finger at a political event last week, Prime Minister Perry Christie, in a predictable political maneuver, played the sympathy card, talking about attacks on his family. It...
Looming threat?
Having identified certain attractive, high quality candidates, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis is attempting to position himself and his party to win the government. He and those who advise him have been playing up the narrativ...
A deadly cocktail
I was watching T.V. one evening and Dr. Sebastian Gorka, Author of several Bestselling books said something which quite frankly I’ve written about before. However, the way in which he worded it appealed to me immensely as it really hit the nail on...
The nation awoke yesterday to a jaw-dropping, reprehensible and embarrassing image of its prime minister on the front page of The Nassau Guardian. With a look of anger and frustration on his face, Perry Christie was holding up his middle finger...
PLP predicts 14 seats thus far
The Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) predictions thus far on the outcome of the next general election show the governing party a few seats ahead of the Free National Movement (FNM), with the PLP marking 14 seats in its favor, 11 in the FNM’s col...
Sources: Frank Smith asked to apologize to PM
Certain prominent players in the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) have asked Senator Frank Smith to apologize to Prime Minister Perry Christie for “offending” him last year, National Review has learned. Smith has reportedly received indication th...
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