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The broader implications of Washington’s new Cuba policy
On June 16, speaking in Miami, President Trump announced measures reversing aspects of his predecessor’s policy of normalizing relations with Cuba. Although the changes seem minimal, the content of the accompanying presidential directive and the p...
If not now — when?
So let me begin here today by asking you a simple question — how many times have you asked someone something like this, “When do you intend to get serious about life, when are you going to stop your foolishness and start to strive to be successfu...
Downtown Nassau and the role of tradition
In the first section of his book “A Living Tradition”, a book about Bahamian architecture, Stephen Mouzon develops the case for the coding of the built environment and he quotes one of his previous books: “The best measure of the greatness of ...
Why the FNM won the 2017 election, pt. 4
“Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.” – Euripides   The 2017 general election witnessed the unprecedented trouncing of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) by the Free National Movement (FNM) and will be studied for m...
What is best for Bahamian society?
As many would know, as of May 10, 2017, The Bahamas has a new government. As some would also be aware, I was a candidate for a third party, the Democratic National Alliance, in the 2017 general election for the constituency of Garden Hills. The party...
The UN SDG 14: Will the Caribbean benefit in the blue economy?
Broadly understood, the ‘Blue Economy’ is an economic activity that is in balance with the long-term capacity of ocean and coastal ecosystems to support this activity and remain healthy and resilient. This being the case, how then can the ‘Blue...
He came to rescue us
“Since we have now been justified by His blood, how much more shall we be saved from God’s wrath through Him! For if, when we were God’s enemies, we were reconciled to Him through the death of His Son, how much more, having been reconciled, sha...
Good judgment is vital
There’s no doubt about it whatsoever, if you wish to succeed in all aspects of your overall life, you quite definitely need to be able to make the correct judgments more often than you make bad ones. Yes indeed, as today’s title simply and succin...
Davis, Hanna-Martin and most senior PLPs still don’t get it
The gain and loss of power both require restraint. Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham would likely rewrite the manner and tone in which he addressed the nation the evening of the FNM’s 2012 election loss. With the crush of emotions descending o...
Ignorance is not bliss
I can remember as a kid growing up in England and Ireland, there was a popular saying ‘Ignorance is Bliss’; in fact, I do believe there was a radio program with the same name. But My Friend, today at the beginning of the 21st Century anyone who ...
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