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Haiti and the concept of chaos
I took recently the red-eye flight from New York’s Kennedy Airport, not to Los Angeles but the other way around to Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic, en route to Haiti. The flight was uneventful. There were few passengers on the plane;...
Gettysburg and the fight for freedom and democracy
Today marks the 150th anniversary of what is known as one of the greatest American speeches ever delivered. Indeed this is a speech that is tied to an important aspect of American history and the significance of its existence as a country with ...
An excellent Accountants’ Week
As an institute, we are committed to ensuring that we provide the focused, relevant educational opportunities, as well as guidance and thoughtful leadership to government, industry stakeholders and affiliates in this time of change. – BICA Preside...
Addressing the Caribbean’s 'grave economic crisis’
In a commentary on the statement by St Lucia Prime Minister Dr Kenny Anthony that there is a grave economic crisis gnawing away at Caribbean countries and “governments are busy looking inward rather than pursuing a Caribbean solution”, I drew att...
To game or not to game
There has been much public discourse on the proposed Gaming Bill ahead of the anticipated debate in the House of Assembly. It is expected that discussions on this legislation will intensify over the coming days and weeks if the statements made by var...
The ethics and politics of the gambling debate
From this year’s gambling referendum to the proposed new gaming bill, the Christie administration has stirred a debate cum hornet’s nest on the question of the normative and social ethics of gambling, which speak to the questions of the mor...
No silver lining in the unemployment figures, pt. 2
The Bahamas’ economy is in trouble. Construction is at a standstill. Small businesses are failing. Fishermen report this to be the worst crawfish season in memory. The financial services sector is downsizing, tourism perform...
No silver lining in the unemployment figures, pt. 1
“Lies, damned lies and statistics” is how Mark Twain popularized a refrain sometimes attributed to a variety of British pundits and politicians when forced to address opponents using statistics to bolster their position. Just a few weeks ago, th...
Our dysfunctional banking system, pt. 3
The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing... Bankers own the Earth... if you want to continue to be the slaves of bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, then let bankers continue to create money and control credit. –...
Leaders in self-denial as Caribbean economic crisis worsens
Saint Lucia Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony says that there is a grave economic crisis gnawing away at Caribbean countries and “governments are busy looking inward – each busy with their own agenda rather than pursuing a Caribbean solution to th...
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