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Con artists on the streets
Summertime not only brings with it heat and the fear of hurricane strikes. It also seems to bring out additional con artists and schemers — those who concoct fascinating stories in an effort to get members of the public to contribute financially to...
 
 
The wisdom of old advice
Living in a hurricane zone, we grow up hearing advice on storm preparation. Public service announcements repeat this information constantly. You should buy this, cut down and store that. The damage caused by Hurricane Matthew reminds us of the necess...
 
 
Action needed to keep public confidence
In the budget debate members of the new Cabinet of Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis spent hours outlining shocking misbehavior with public funds by the last Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) administration. Tens of millions, possibly hundreds of millio...
 
 
A needed fight for the soul of the PLP
Formed in 1953, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is our oldest political party. It has won eight elections and governed for 35 years since majority rule. The PLP is responsible for much of what the modern Bahamas is — the good and the bad. It e...
 
 
Upgrading search and rescue capabilities
The government has borrowed $150 million to help pay for the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew. The storm hit the northwestern Bahamas at the beginning of October 2016. A year before Hurricane Joaquin hit the central and southern Bahamas. It is esti...
 
 
A reflection on what should have been
Dr. Bernard Nottage had quite the life of accomplishments. He was a star athlete, a gynecologist and obstetrician who brought thousands into the world, a successful businessman, a long-standing member of Parliament, and a member of several Cabinets. ...
 
 
Migration and the dignity of the individual
U.S. President Donald Trump ran a campaign of ethnic demonization and fear. He called Mexicans coming over the border rapists and drug dealers. He made Americans think people coming there from Syria, escaping a brutal civil war, were terrorists. Tru...
 
 
An open mind on immigration matters
While the world is witnessing a terrible humanitarian crisis in the Middle East, Bahamians mutter on about our immigration woes with our neighbor to the south, Haiti. It is an all too familiar tale where violence, political persecution and economic d...
 
 
Improving our education system
Two of the indispensable ingredients necessary for a child’s successful education are a home life conducive to learning and good teaching in school. Improving the quality of family life is a rather complex matter, admitting no easy or short-term so...
 
 
PM should ignore Izmirlian
While right-thinking Bahamians wish the Baha Mar development success, it’s quite possible that it was a bad idea from conception. It is so big, so much was invested in it, it costs so much to operate and requires so many guests that it may never be...
 
 
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