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The grim & the grave
The stage has been set for what promises to be an interesting showdown between Perry Gladstone Christie, a weary political titan with an insatiable lust for power, and Dr. Hubert Alexander Minnis, a far from inspirational opponent, who managed to ove...
Black hole
With the symbolic ringing of the bell yesterday, we are fully into election season, but voters should be mindful that there are a number of critical matters the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) government has refused to fully report on — if they hav...
Conjuring up the boogeyman
Old-style PLP politics clearly designed to instill fear in the minds of voters that there are some foreign or white elements poised to take control of the country with an anti-PLP vote has been introduced into the 2017 general election campaign by Fo...
Out of his depth
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday again refused to take any questions from the media. We raised the matter last week of Minnis choosing to remain scripted heading into the general election. Bahamians should take note. ...
Don’t make desperate decisions
As all of My Regular Readers will indeed be fully aware of; decision making is a most important factor when it comes to getting ahead in life. We must be decisive if we are to solve everyday problems and thus finally achieve the goals and objectives...
As if it needed another nail in its political coffin, the Christie administration’s botching of Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival exposes a level of ineptitude that is deeply embarrassing for many Bahamians. If Prime Minister Perry Christie expects us to ...
Carnival: A tainted brand
The idiom of the goose and the gander is certainly not playing out in The Bahamas this month. While the country awaits the successful soft opening of the private development that is Baha Mar – an entity that the government itself has boasted that ...
With the Christie administration seemingly in free fall and Christie fatigue spreading, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis might stand a good chance at becoming the country’s next prime minister. This is not because there is a ...
A matter of trust
In delivering his communication to Parliament last Wednesday on how the government has used the more than $1 billion in value-added taxes (VAT) collected since 2015, Prime Minister Perry Christie assured that “every single dollar of revenue is full...
At odds
Attorney John Bostwick, who was at the side of We March’s main organizer during the group’s first two marches, was noticeably absent at the march in Cable Beach on Sunday, because he did not see the sense in marching to the Office of the ...
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