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Perry Christie must go too
On the morning of Friday, June 24, the world waited on the statement of British Prime Minister David Cameron. We knew what he would say. We knew he would step down. He led his country into a referendum and put the weight of his offices as Conservativ...
Small gifts can go a long way
Our young people are not doing as well as we’d like. The graduation rate in our public schools, where most Bahamians are educated, is 50 percent. In the 2014 Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) examinations, students averaged...
Coherent opposition needed after FNM convention
We are about a month away from the Free National Movement (FNM) convention. Dr. Hubert Minnis, party leader, seeks to stay in charge of the main opposition party. The faction against him will have its chance to topple him. No one has announced an in...
Fate of carnival linked to the election
The second Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival is over. It took hardcore attendees quite a while to recover after a weekend of frolicking. Many only took in a few hours of sleep between the Thursday and Sunday, with more liquor than water to sustain them. The...
Bahamian’s hoop dreams come true
Many Bahamians tuned in last night to the NBA Draft. Yes, we are basketball fans but that’s not the main reason much of the country watched. A local boy who became an American college basketball star was about to get his chance in the big league. ...
Opposition leaders must evolve their thinking on capital punishment
Bahamians are concerned with the crime problem we’ve faced the past decade – a problem particularly situated in New Providence. There were 146 murders last year – a record and a very high figure for such a small place. It is unclear if we will ...
The country waits on the FNM
At the end of next month the Free National Movement (FNM) will go to convention. All posts will be open for those seeking to be officers of the party. This is good for the opposition. Factions have emerged that no longer get along. Races must occur ...
Being better in the new school year
Schools are closing across the country. Thousands of children won’t be back in classrooms in our public and private schools until the fall. Parents are thinking of summer school, summer trips and what to do with kids who are doing neither. When th...
The Chinese are not our enemies
The Baha Mar bankruptcy is going into its second year. Prime Minister Perry Christie announced at the start of the budget debate that there was some “deal” by the Chinese lender, the Export-Import Bank of China, and the parent company of the cont...
Mediocrity and youth
The school year has come to an end and there are proms for seniors graduating and heading to new phases of life. Proms are celebrations of that transition. Teenagers get dressed up and say goodbye to the school and friends. Here in The Bahamas proms...
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