• Email to friend
  • The Nassau Guardian Facebook Page
  • RSS Feed
  • Pinterest



sub_save_img

Op-Ed

 
Benedictine Bridges, pt. 1
“Through their works, you will know that they are My disciples” – John 13:35 During a visit to Saint John’s University (SJU) in Collegeville, Minnesota, this past week, I visited Fr. Magnus Wenninger, my math teacher at St. Augustine’s C...
 
 
The United Nations in the case of Haiti may have done more harm than good
I remember exactly where I was when the news broke out that some people in Haiti were dying of a strange disease. It was around this same time of the year, October 8, 2010, six years ago. I was on a bus going from Port au Prince to Cape Haitian; one ...
 
 
The changing face of the Caribbean
Over the next ten years it is likely that the ways in which we all think about the Caribbean will change radically. Oil and gas discoveries in countries once seen as being at the margins of the region; deep water ports offering close access to the e...
 
 
Perry Christie’s colonial mindset and backward thinking
Cable Beach was a prime location for redevelopment in The Bahamas and the Caribbean. There were various ideas espoused for its makeover as one of the leading tourism destinations in the region. Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace, one of the country’s and ...
 
 
The politics of poverty and prosperity in The Bahamas
"In a country well governed, poverty is something to be ashamed of. In a country badly governed, wealth is something to be ashamed of." — Confucius, Chinese teacher and philosopher.   In our country’s elections, the so-called “poor man...
 
 
A classic back-to-school letter
As my children returned to school this fall, after a long and eventful summer, I could not help but reflect upon the sentiments expressed in a letter that has been attributed to U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. While there have been numerous debates ...
 
 
Is political correctness desirable behavior?
The idea of the need for political correctness has emerged during the primary elections in the U.S.A., and continues in the presidential election stretch. It was linked to Donald Trump in his not-too-complimentary remarks about the facial looks of a ...
 
 
The media and the linguistic divide
In the middle of last month Danilo Medina was sworn in as president of the Dominican Republic for a second term. His inauguration was attended by many senior figures from the Americas including the prime minister of Antigua, Gaston Browne, who earl...
 
 
Political fracturing as major crises confront The Bahamas
We are beset by deep economic and social crises, and relatedly beset by a paralyzing political crisis, with political leaders woefully incapable of responding with urgency and imagination to a myriad of economic and social problems. In the PLP and i...
 
 
Finding prosperity for our nation continued
Last week, we looked at five of 12 things we can do to reverse our nation’s plummeting prosperity. We discussed: (1) increasing international visitors; (2) increasing our permanent resident population; (3) mobilizing investments in the pipeline; (4...
 
 
«StartPrev12345678910NextEnd»
Page 2 of 16

 

Today's Front Page

  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper