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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...
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...
The regularity of darkness
Modern, prosperous societies require reliable electricity supplies that are affordable. We do not have that in The Bahamas. The electricity has been going off every day in New Providence for nearly a week. Sometimes it’s for a few minutes; sometime...
Remembering to give
As the year comes to an end, many of us are thinking of what to buy for those close to us. The streets and malls will soon be filled with shoppers. In these final weeks before Christmas, however, we should all also consider giving of our time and re...
A stupid suggestion by a young activist
Last Friday Bahamians marched to the city center in Nassau in protest of the governance being delivered by Perry Christie and his administration. People had various issues they wanted highlighted. Some were upset by the sale of Crown land to foreigne...
Can Minnis seize the moment?
The people who marched on Bay Street last Friday are opposition voters. The people who showed up later in the day to show solidarity with the protesters are opposition voters. The people who wore black but did not attend the march are opposition vote...
Upgrading search and rescue capabilities
The government is borrowing $150 million to help pay for the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew. The storm hit the northwestern Bahamas at the beginning of October. A year ago Hurricane Joaquin hit the central and southern Bahamas. It is estimated th...
The cries of the people
The Bahamians who participated in Friday’s march in the center of Nassau came out of frustration with the state of the modern Bahamas under the leadership of Perry Christie. Their individual issues were different. Some were tired of secret deals be...
Learning to express dissent
On Friday more than 1,000 people – maybe as many as 1,500 at peak – marched to downtown Bay Street to protest the direction the country is being taken in by Prime Minister Perry Christie and his government. The march was organized by a virtual un...
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