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The process of healing
Dear Editor,   I wish to comment on an article by Neil Hartnell printed in The Tribune’s business section on Friday, May 26. It was entitled, “Gov’t urged: ‘Come clean’ on country’s fiscal position”. In it, Mr. Rick Lowe, whom th...
 
 
Permanent registration and a permanent register of voters
Dear Editor,   I refer to your editorial "Ensuring public service modernization continues", and wish to say that I agree, almost completely, with the recommendations in the editorial. I would, however, go further than you do on the process of ...
 
 
“You Say, I Say” at the Dundas
Dear Editor,   On May 25 my dear wife treated me to the opening night of James Catalyn’s “You say, I say” at the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts. Anything relating to abuse in its myriad forms can hardly be called “enjoyable”, ...
 
 
Travis Robinson is a political prodigy
Dear Editor, Travis Robinson is the youngest person to ever be elected to the House of Assembly. The May 10, 2017 general election will long be remembered as an historic one. Robinson's victory over PLP Dr Bernard Nottage, a savvy, experienced veter...
 
 
Government responsibility versus personal responsibility
Dear Editor, So often people look for government to solve all of their problems. The concept of personal responsibility is almost nonexistent in Western civilizations these days. Dr Ben Carson, a world-renowned, retired neurosurgeon, has recently b...
 
 
Tribute to Pauline Davis-Thompson
Dear Editor, At this time I am impelled to call attention to this Bahamian iconic athlete. Pauline is ten years younger than I am and I watched her career over many years as she represented The Bahamas. She competed in over 170 countries and she als...
 
 
Pindling continues to loom large in the PLP
Dear Editor,   There are calls within the PLP for a complete rebranding of the party after the devastating May 10 general election loss which saw virtually the entire Christie Cabinet wiped out, with the exception of Philip "Brave" Davis and G...
 
 
Regarding immigration, both governments have failed
Dear Editor,No man would be well thought of if he seems to take better care of those outside of his home than those in it. Nor would that same man be held in high esteem if he allowed all and sundry to enter his home without properly ascertaining th...
 
 
The people have spoken
Dear Editor,  FNM and PLP are cautioned: The people voted for country, not party. The race is over and the dirt has settled. Some are happy and others are sad, but the Bahamian people have spoken. They sent a clear message, "We are in charge."...
 
 
Accusations of racism the oldest play in the PLP playbook
Dear Editor, Prominent PLP Errington "Minky" Isaacs' racist rant at a PLP meeting for the retirement of former PM Perry Christie encapsulates the history of his party's perennial usage of the race card in order to woo black Bahamian voters to the ...
 
 
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