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Two questions
Dear Editor, I am one of the many who constantly ask the question, “Is Bradley Roberts ever going to shut up?” Or, “Is Bradley Roberts ever going to say something that he has really thought about?” Those who want to lead should always be in...
 
 
Three-day election vacation time
I have a question for you: How often do we have general elections in The Bahamas? If you said every five years you would be right. In my mind that is a long time. What about your mind, Editor? Is five years a long time in your mind? For instance, don...
 
 
Congratulations to the prime minister
Dear Editor,   The final night of the PLP convention was an incredible, mindboggling and sensational performance. It was a first-class success act and I can only say, “Congratulations, Perry Christie.” The lopsided victory experienced in ...
 
 
The Pied Piper of The Bahamas
Dear Editor,   “When one with honeyed words but evil mind persuades the mob, great woes befall the state.” – Euripides, Orestes   The We March organizers have been highly successful at one thing: And that is to deceive the Bahami...
 
 
A compelling argument to register and vote
Dear Editor,   Americans are protesting. They are angry with Donald Trump’s decisions. In November of last year they had a choice. Trump or Hillary Clinton. They were going to be stuck with one. Despite the writing on the wall, many who cou...
 
 
Bahamas is more than transit route for Haitians
Dear Editor, It was disappointing in the extreme to see The Nassau Guardian (in its editorial of January 30) repeat the erroneous characterization of The Bahamas’ experience with Haitian migration as a mere by-product of Haitian immigration to the...
 
 
BOB warns preference shareholders – no dividend
Dear Editor, Preference shareholders, if I am not mistaken, are very likely the government of The Bahamas and the National Insurance Board. In both cases that boils down to the Bahamian people. If I might use the medium of your editorial columns to...
 
 
Behold the man: The battle begins
Dear Editor, Politics, it has been said by a famous Prussian general, is war by other means. The conclusion of the 52nd national convention of the iconic Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) at the well-appointed ballroom of the Melia hotel signaled the ...
 
 
Saluting Perry Christie
Dear Editor, The “to the front” salute is a command I learned while being a member of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force. It is a command that is called by the parade commander when a marching platoon is about to pass a dignitary or someone with hi...
 
 
The Bahamian political ostrich
Dear Editor, “Any fool can turn a blind eye, but who knows what the ostrich sees in the sand.” “In the land of the ostriches, the blind are king. When politicians bury their head in the sand, ignorance rules the country.” Regardless of the...
 
 
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