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Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis' ZNS and BIS speech was a political classic
Dear Editor,   Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis' speech at ZNS and BIS was, in my view, a political classic. The staff at ZNS, long held to be the epicenter of political victimization, was admonished by Minnis in no uncertain terms that politi...
 
 
Working with legalized gambling
Dear Editor,   Former Bahamas Christian Council President Rev. Dr. Ranford Patterson reminded us that the Bahamian people voted against legalized gambling at the recent FNM service of thanksgiving held on Sunday, May 21. It is ‘The Peopleâ...
 
 
Fred Mitchell has designs on PLP leadership
Dear Editor, Please allow me to respond to former PLP Cabinet minister Fred Mitchell. Former Cabinet minister Fred Mitchell — it rolls so sweetly from the pen, I hope that I will forever be able to refer to Fred Mitchell as ‘former’. To have ...
 
 
The PLP hired security officer to watch police station? GTHOH
Dear Editor, The Minister of State for Public Service and National Insurance Brensil Rolle revealed to the House during the budget debate that the PLP added 6,500 persons to the already bloated civil service between 2012-2017. In the waning months o...
 
 
State-owned entities sucking the lifeblood out of the economy
Dear Editor,   The privatization of Bahamasair and any other state-owned entity sucking the lifeblood out of the economy should be given top priority. Bahamasair in its present form will never break even. During the new budget cycle, the Bah...
 
 
Hurricane is coming!
Dear Editor,   The stark reality is Bahamians do not take hurricanes seriously. The seriousness of the impending dangers sometimes do not hit us until we hear the wind blowing, the trees bending and the power is off. After the wind gusts up t...
 
 
The Haitian problem in The Bahamas
Dear Editor,   Have you ever been to Long Island? I haven’t been there myself, but I have heard stories about it. What have I heard? Well, Editor, I have heard that there are very little to no illegal Haitians in Long Island. Have you heard ...
 
 
Of PLP mice and men
Dear Editor,   There was never any doubt that Philip Brave Davis would lead the PLP’s barbershop quartet in the new House of Assembly. For decades Brave coveted the job of prime minister but he was too milquetoast to battle Perry Christie f...
 
 
Response to Bradley Roberts’ statement
Dear Editor,   I just read the statement from Bradley Roberts suggesting that Prime Minister Minnis and Dionisio D'Aguilar are in a conflict of interest over a Baha Mar meeting. I stopped at the first paragraph. If D'Aguilar isn't a sitting b...
 
 
Rehabilitation of town & inmate
Dear Editor,   In response to the Tribune editorial of May 30th, ‘Historic Nassau – A City in Desperate Need of Saving’, I would offer the following. The entire country is one huge dump, regardless of which island you're portraying, a s...
 
 
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