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The new Bahamas: Meritocracy
A visionary leader and statesman must always be willing to address the challenges of our nation. In the new Bahamas, I believe that we have to engender a culture of reward based on honest work and earning what one achieves. During my travels t...
Caribbean Court of Justice delivers for the Caribbean’s people
For years, nationals of the 15-nation Caribbean Community (CARICOM) have complained of the discrimination they’ve experienced at the border controls of each other’s countries. This discrimination has ranged in many cases from extensive questionin...
Breast Cancer: Steps to finding breast lumps early
I almost cried when I was ordered to get my first mammogram. To think that I was at risk for this life-threatening, painful disease. One of our best ways to fight any cancer is early detection, and this is especially true for breast cancer.&nb...
Possible candidates for president of COB
Chairman of the COB Council Alfred Sears should generally be applauded for insisting that the next president of the college should be a Bahamian. Still, this columnist believes that the search should be open to other Caribbean nationals. By ex...
Haiti, you are too rich to be poor!
This exclamation coined by Pamela White, the actual American ambassador to Haiti, fits squarely for this nation island. I have been able to verify the observation on a recent trip to the southern part of Haiti named la Grande Anse. It was...
Chronicles of a new generation
The time has come and the hour is now when the nation stands at the door of opportunity. The moment when we the people of this nation take an introspective look at where we are and where we have come from. As the winds of change blow in a new ...
Bahamian national heroes
“I think of a hero as someone who understands the degree of responsibility that comes with his freedom.” – Bob Dylan Next week, we celebrate Discovery Day in The Bahamas. This day is also celebrated in several Caribbean countri...
U.S. Republicans using weapons of mass financial destruction
There will be a lot of rubbish in Washington over the next few days. And, that rubbish is not only the garbage that is steadily piling up in the nation’s capital because of the government’s shutdown. It is also the quality of the Republican Par...
Time to focus on fisheries
Our Caribbean fisheries impact so many lives throughout the region, particularly through the number of jobs connected to the fishing sector. There is direct employment of fishers and thousands more in the wholesale, processing, transport and re...
Christie’s blah, blah, blah and ranting and raving
Last week, Prime Minister Perry Christie was engaged in a whirlwind of speechifying. On Saturday, he addressed the United Nations General Assembly at which he renewed the country’s pledge to help make the world more peaceful and to work “fo...
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