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U.S. immigration reform and the illegal Caribbean immigrant
For the first time in many years, major immigration reform appears like a real possibility. Labeled as the mother of all policies, it is now considered the most crucial policy of the Obama administration. However, while it is illuminating to q...
Battle of the ages: Demographic analysis
Today’s world is faced with so many opportunities. Yet opportunity will almost always meet challenges. As we continue our journey into the new millennium, the world having gotten over its fear of the world coming to an end, we enter the 21st...
A tribute to Winston Carter
“I’m not your friend, my friend.” A Turkish proverb admonishes that, “A good teacher is like a candle – it consumes itself to light the way for others.” On Tuesday past, the administration and students of St. Augustine’s College (SAC)...
Mainstreaming adaptation to climate change: Utilizing best practices
The aftermath of climate change often fuels optimism. Continuously, climate change and global warming reminisce to create ecological and social variations – championing environmental degradation, changes in the cryosphere, geological events and ex...
Caribbean rum: Justifiable battle or proxy war?
A threatened World Trade Organization (WTO) filing by some vocal CARICOM countries against the United States over the U.S. Virgin Islands’ and Puerto Rico’s use of the U.S. rum cover-over program begs the questions: Is taking this issue to the WT...
After Christie and Ingraham
The extensive commentary on the legacy of former UK Prime Minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher highlights the nature of political leadership. It is especially worthwhile to consider Lady Thatcher’s triumphs and failures in the context of the transi...
What I have learned about autism
“Your child has autism.” Words that no parent could ever fully be prepared to hear. Yet for millions of parents each year, they are the unwelcome introduction into a dramatically different world of permanently altered hopes and expectations...
The battle of the ages: Young vs. old
There have been several television game shows over the years that have pitted the young against the old. “Battle of the Ages” was one such prime time program which ran in the 1950s being broadcasted by the defunct DuMont Television Network,...
Consumer protection in The Bahamas
An educated consumer is our best customer. – Sy Syms In the 1980s, in an effort to educate TV viewers, clothier Sy Syms frequently reminded his audience that, “An educated consumer is our best customer.” He was a pioneer in con...
The case for compensating the Caribbean
In 1838, British slave owners in the English-speaking Caribbean received £11.6 billion (US$17.8 billion) in today’s value as compensation for the emancipation of their “property” – 655,780 human beings of African descent that they had enslav...
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