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Brexit and the politics of ‘vote leave’
It is often said that the choices that we make in life have consequences. This saying has taken on a whole new meaning in the case of the recent referendum held in the United Kingdom (UK) on whether Britain should remain or leave the European Union (...
A new age of reason
“We are losing sight of civility in government and politics.Debate and dialogue is taking a back seat to the politics of destruction and anger and control.Dogma has replaced thoughtful discussion between people of differing views.”– James McGre...
I returned recently from a full week visit in Cape Haitian in the northern part of Haiti, where I have not been for a while, to immerse in a renaissance of Haiti in Port-au-Prince in the midst of a chaotic country preoccupied with post electoral outc...
Reflections on referendum 2016
The results of the referendum 2016 are in and the will of a majority of those who voted is clear: All four proposed amendments have been rejected overwhelmingly. The country has had a season of passionate and broad discussion. This is healthy and is ...
Christian love and social justice vs. Christian triumphalism
A friend tells of a harrowing story of love and loss. Some decades ago, a friend of his, an African-American gay man, then in his late 40s, who lived in the U.S., recalled the worst and most heartrending day of his life. His beloved male partner of ...
Minnis is no chump!
Dr. Hubert Minnis has many deficits as a political leader, but he is no chump. His deficits have landed him in the struggle that he now has but no one should take him for light. Minnis does his work on the ground and largely that is where political v...
BPL and the power cuts
Summer is officially here and our children are now on the long summer break. Plans are underway by many parents to enroll our children in summer camps and make arrangement for our vacation or staycation. Some of us are bracing ourselves for the expec...
For an urgent national turnaround
Last year was the deadliest in the history of our beautiful island nation, with 148 homicides. Unemployment, which the government argues peaked between 2007 and 2012, has reached new heights. Sixteen percent of our citizens cannot find work. Worst o...
Referendum results: what happened, pt. 2
“...The work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die.” – Edward Kennedy Last week, we reviewed some of the reasons for the referendum vote on the four amendment bills that would enshrine gender e...
Venezuela: A perfect storm of disaster that shouldn’t have happened
Keen observers saw it coming. Intelligence projected it would happen and others were in denial. It doesn’t matter now. The odds are perhaps the perfect storm of disaster was allowed to happen for copious reasons. Beyond the conceived theories, I ...
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