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Police reserves and the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew
Dear Editor, I would be most grateful if you would afford me some of your valuable space in your news daily in your next publication. I am a resident of Grand Bahama and have been for many years. My boyfriend is a police reserve officer here on the...
Don’t let Hurricane Matthew blow CLICO policy holders away
Dear Editor, A progressive government must find the financial wherewithal and the political will to finally resolve the CLICO debacle, in spite of the pressing and ongoing challenges the country now faces, most recently compounded by the devastating...
Baha Mar crap shoot
Dear Editor, The Chinese are working out their long-term, geo-political strategy. The government is playing for short-term immediate gain. One hand can wash the other. What Perfect Luck! Too bad for the non-players. – Leandra Es...
Beware the Trojan horse
Dear Editor, Many eons ago, Greece, an island state of fabled fame, with an abundance of skilled and battle-harden warriors, complete with an impregnable barrier wall, was overcome when the inhabitants pulled a huge wooden horse into...
Another teachable moment?
Dear Editor, The Bahamas is in an area known as the hurricane belt. Hurricanes can visit our shores at least six months out of every year. Our citizenry, apparently, is oblivious to this easily verifiable fact. We run to the supermarkets an...
Is homosexuality a choice or not?
Dear Editor, In the Bible at Leviticus 18:22 and Romans 1:26-27, the Bible takes a position that it does not condone homosexual activity. Are you a Christian, editor? Yes? And so, how do you feel about this stance by the Bible? I happen to ...
Sears must not give up
Dear Editor, The PLP has decided it is not having a convention in November anymore. The party says that it made this decision because of the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew. I think the real reason they are not having a convention is beca...
An amazing and impressive government
Dear Editor, I would fervently defend our present government against anyone who claims not to be amazed or impressed by it on a daily basis, because this is one thing that this government has not been short on since coming into power in May ...
The economics of public policy and politics
Dear Editor, Following the aftermath of Category 4 Hurricane Matthew two weeks ago, the prime minister sprung into immediate action. Unlike last year when Joaquin barreled through the nation, the PM, God bless his soul, knew what he had to d...
Addressing the illegal migration problem
Dear Editor, I refer to the comments by local human rights activist Paco Nunez on page 10 of The Tribune, dated October 19, 2016. It appears from the contents of the article that the United Nations High Commission on Human Rights (UNHCR) and...
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