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The world is still watching
“Look up and move on… the world is watching.” – Premier Lynden Oscar Pindling   As a young student growing up in Nassau I vividly remember my childhood friends Olvin Rees, Francis Richardson and I going to Saturday matinee movies at th...
 
 
Gender equality – A dishonest debate
The current debate on the so-called gender equality bills is a dishonest debate. It is a dishonest debate because the four bills passed in Parliament on March 2, 2016 really have nothing to do with true gender equality. The truth is that bills one, ...
 
 
Remodeling development at the IDB conference
The Inter-American Development Bank’s meeting at the Baha Mar convention center this week has been stimulating. There were a number of meetings that we, as Joe public, could attend. Sadly, there were few of Joe public who took that opportunity. We ...
 
 
Front seat to history
I was in the House of Assembly when the first effort was made to amend our constitution in order to ensure that Bahamian women enjoyed the same rights as Bahamian men and to provide for a constitutionally sanctioned Teacher’s Service Commission, in...
 
 
When anger turns into despair
“Do not abandon yourselves to despair. We are the Easter people and hallelujah is our song.” – Pope John Paul II   As we look around us today, we see a lot of anger being played out in the public arena. People are angry about so many dev...
 
 
The Caribbean’s relationship with Europe
On March 21, the European Commission published a summary of submissions on the future relationship between Europe and the 78-member African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of nations (the ACP). Their reason for doing so was because the Cotonou Conventi...
 
 
The Panama Papers
On April 3, 2016, Suddeutsche Zeitung, Germany’s largest daily newspaper, leaked 11.5 million files from the database of Mossack Fonseca law firm located in Panama City, Panama. The files exposed financial dealings of some of the world’s richest ...
 
 
How to know when your leaders are failing
I have said it before and I will say it again: Leadership matters and it matters a lot. No family, no business and no nation can experience direction, improvement, achievement or success without good leadership. I do not believe that leaders always ...
 
 
The 2015/16 mid-year budget debacle
A quick glance at the title of this article would initially lead many to assume that there was perhaps an error or the spell check function failed to detect a misused word. In all fairness, an error of such nature would perhaps have been understandab...
 
 
Turbulence in The Bahamas
“There is bound to be turbulence in the clouds of confusion before one can view the friendly skies, and an illuminated landing strip.”– T.F. Hodge   I was recently approached by a young Bahamian student, home during spring break from his...
 
 
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