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Beyond metal detectors
The Free National Movement (FNM) is preparing its policy platform for the next general election. We assume the document will be well considered. It will provide the party’s view on complicated issues such as education reform. In the interim, the FN...
 
 
The ‘one leader’ cult
Perry Christie was returned as leader of the governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) yesterday by a landslide majority. Christie received 1,264 votes to the 169 votes cast for Alfred Sears, the party’s candidate for Fort Charlotte. “Despite th...
 
 
The emperor shows his real self
Formed in 1953, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) is our oldest political party. It has had two leaders in its history: Sir Lynden Pindling and Perry Christie. Christie became leader in 1997 after a hotly contested race. A dying Sir Lynden and his...
 
 
Beyond metal detectors
The Free National Movement (FNM) is preparing its policy platform for the next general election. We assume the document will be well considered. It will provide the party’s view on complicated issues such as education reform. In the interim, the FN...
 
 
Seeing our police on the streets
The Royal Bahamas Police Force has upped its presence in downtown Nassau. Young officers can be seen in groups of three and four at nearly every street corner in the city center. They are there during the day and night hours. Downtown Nassau is home...
 
 
The importance of protest culture
Donald Trump ran a campaign based in racism and misogyny. He took advantage of the genuine fears of Americans regarding immigration, terrorism and economic hardship in industrial areas. Jobs have been lost due to globalization. Trump won the Elector...
 
 
Minister right on voter registration policy
Dr. Bernard Nottage hit the right tone this week in Parliament when he discussed the controversy regarding the Parliamentary Registration Department not registering people, especially women, due to their dress. The department has no power in law to d...
 
 
Finding real news in the age of social media
There was a stabbing at Government High School yesterday during a fight between students. The student who was stabbed was last listed in critical condition at hospital. Two others sustained less serious injuries. Video of the stabbing circulated on ...
 
 
Minister right on voter registration policy
Dr. Bernard Nottage hit the right tone yesterday in Parliament when he discussed the controversy regarding the Parliamentary Registration Department not registering people, especially women, due to their dress. The department has no power in law to d...
 
 
Our crime problem is rooted in a sin of the past
Up to the time we were writing, and we make that distinction because someone else may sadly have been shot dead before you read this, there had been 10 murders for the new year of 2017. Police reported last evening a shooting death in the Coconut Gro...
 
 
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