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Dear Editor, Considering all that has been said and done under a PLP administration, we are looking at the possible consolidation of an enslaved state. Over five years, the government has reigned over worsening economic conditions, and contributed ...
Welcome to the 21st century Loftus Roker
Dear Editor, Former PLP cabinet minister Loftus Roker (he who gave us the cheeky moniker “Rokerpure” for brackish drinking water), recently expressed his disdain over the fact that outside observers were coming to invigilate our election next mo...
Politics to solve problems & politicians to serve people
Dear Editor, It is very important that this election, on May 10 2017, the political parties present to the Bahamian people the best ideas, solutions and visions to address the problems facing The Bahamas and the Bahamian people. It is also very impo...
A vote for the DNA is a vote for the PLP
Dear Editor, It should be obvious to everyone by now that in this upcoming election, a vote for the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) or for an independent candidate is essentially a vote for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). Despite an...
Calling all prayer warriors against carnival
Dear Editor, “Righteousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people” – Proverbs 14:34 I have written two articles about the immoral, pagan, 2017 Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival. The appeal to better judgment has not p...
Response to Galanis on VAT
Dear Editor, Here is my response to an opinion piece by Philip C. Galanis published in The Nassau Guardian on Apr 3, 2017 titled “Where did the VAT money go?” Mr. Galanis indicated in his writing that he sought to answer three questions...
Democracy works both ways
Dear Editor, In a country that brags about democracy and respecting people, I find it most interesting that the same people who celebrated the transition period when Hubert Ingraham rescued them from obscurity to prominence, either completely ignore...
Dear Editor, This is a strange election for me. It is the first time that I can remember being so unexcited about an upcoming election. It seems that we as Bahamians basically have to choose either the PLP, FNM or DNA to govern us for the next five ...
Christie turned carnival into a merry-go-round
Dear Editor, To some Bahamians, the world came to an end when Perry Christie postponed carnival. If only we had more pressing issues in this country to get excited about. Like maybe if we had an election coming, or about our crumbling economy, or c...
Gambling culture challenge
Dear Editor, I wish to refer to The Nassau Guardian of March 16, 2017 and in particular to the opinion page entitled, “The dangerous consequences of a growing gambling culture.” I wish to thank and commend the author for an excellent article, s...
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