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Hear me roar!
“As societies grow decadent, the language grows decadent, too. Words are used to disguise, not to illuminate, action: you liberate a city by destroying it. Words are to confuse, so that at election time people will solemnly vote against their own i...
 
 
The view from Europe: The region is ill-prepared for President Trump
Dispossessed by economic globalization, faced with growing economic inequality, and wanting change, the people of the United States have elected Donald Trump to be their president. In doing so, they voted for the unknown, for rhetoric that may or may...
 
 
Christie’s historic accomplishment in education
This week is a defining week in the Christie-led administration, preparing young Bahamians to compete in the global economy through higher education. From 2012, Prime Minister Perry Christie launched a bold agenda to strengthen the country’s educat...
 
 
Trump’s victory frightens the world
There is nausea, emotional and physical revulsion by millions around the world at the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States of America, even as white nationalists and the Ku Klux Klan in America, and the far right in Eur...
 
 
There is no excuse for Chinese proposal secrecy
We are told that the Chinese might want to invest as much as $2.1 billion in The Bahamas. Bless the Lord! We are told that they might want to invest this in the areas of agriculture and fishing. Bless the Lord! We are told that they may want to make ...
 
 
The United States presidential election
“In the end, that’s what this election is about. Do we participate in a politics of cynicism or a politics of hope?”– Barack Obama   Tomorrow is Election Day in the United States of America. After 18 months of a protracted, heated and ...
 
 
Does teacher quality really matter?
The idea of teacher quality has become topical, particularly with regard to regional exam performance, and the performance of students internally. This is connected to discussions about the way teachers are trained and the results they get, which aff...
 
 
Action needed to address Caribbean cybersecurity
Just over a week ago Google, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, Netflix, Visa and many more premium providers of global web services temporarily went offline. This was because they had indirectly suffered the effects of a distributed denial of service (DDoS)...
 
 
The setting sun: We have lost our way
On July 9, 1973, six and a half years after the Second Emancipation of majority rule, a jubilant crowd of approximately 50,000 descended on Clifford Park to usher in and to celebrate the first light of dawn of a new Bahamas on July 10, 1973. There w...
 
 
Find your voice
In this life, you need to find your voice. There are steps to doing this. First, take a good look at the world in which you live. Second, take note of the observations that you make. Third, get as much information as you can about what you observe fr...
 
 
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