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Incivility and social decay
Our social fabric is torn asunder. Many basic norms and mores have atrophied. Many of us act in public spaces as self-absorbed individuals, with little to no consideration for others who share the same space. The loss of civility in many areas of nat...
Moody’s likely downgrade not the real story
Alarm over Moody’s downgrade threat is focusing on the smoke rather than the fire. The international credit ratings agency is only pointing out what tens of thousands of unemployed, underemployed and frustrated Bahamian workers and entrepreneurs in...
Recycled leadership – a Bahamian pandemic?
• First published May 26, 2015.   The definition of the word “recycle” often includes reference to the processing of materials that would otherwise be regarded as waste or having no utility in order to reuse them. It describes the return...
Ball of confusion
“Segregation, determination, demonstration, integration, aggravation, humiliation, obligation to our nation, Ball of confusion, that's what the world is today (yeah, yeah).” – The Temptations, 1970   When the history of the early 21st c...
El Nino leaves many without access to safe, consumable water in the Caribbean
This past February, the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) reported that several countries within the region had been issued immediate drought warnings by the Caribbean Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH). Antigua, Barb...
Supporting innovation and entrepreneurship through modernization of govt services
In this digital age, more and more governments are making the shift to online services to promote the expediency of the delivery of services, as well as to facilitate growth for business stakeholders. From the perspective of the government of The Bah...
The great Hubert Minnis hoax and sham
A dramatically failed opposition leader, unpopular in the country and likely incapable of winning the next general election; who failed to show leadership during a referendum; who has lost the confidence of the majority of his parliamentary colleague...
The age of disenlightenment in The Bahamas
Almost 40,000 people in The Bahamas who need work cannot find work. Their lives are miserable. More than 200,000 people who live in New Providence live in fear of crime daily because that little island has seen more than 100 murders every year for t...
Brexit and the politics of ‘vote leave’
It is often said that the choices that we make in life have consequences. This saying has taken on a whole new meaning in the case of the recent referendum held in the United Kingdom (UK) on whether Britain should remain or leave the European Union (...
A new age of reason
“We are losing sight of civility in government and politics.Debate and dialogue is taking a back seat to the politics of destruction and anger and control.Dogma has replaced thoughtful discussion between people of differing views.”– James McGre...
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