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Stronger Bahamas?
Dear Editor,   Rosa Luxemburg said, “Those who do not move, do not notice their chains.” My Bahamas is not a Stronger Bahamas. Our land is dirty and run down. The daily news is disheartening, filled with the verbal garbage that spews fort...
I support PM Perry Christie
Dear Editor, There has been much commentary regarding Prime Minister Perry Christie’s decision to remain as leader of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and the validity of his statement that he was encouraged to do so by the younger members of h...
Only in The Bahamas
Dear Editor, The audacity of the cronies in our Bahamas is astounding. Only in The Bahamas would a leading physician in the Ministry of Health in conjunction with some politicians have the audacity to be a partner in a physician group which has pres...
The $9 million NHI proposal
Dear Editor, I read in the newspaper last week that our government dem paid Sanigest a whopping $9 million for a proposal or report on National Health Insurance. All I could say is tell me it ain’t so. This has got to be the joke of the century or...
What has Butler-Turner learned?
Dear Editor, After all the agitation, bickering, crying like a baby, posturing and nearly bringing the Free National Movement (FNM) to the brink of collapse, prime minister hopeful Loretta Butler-Turner withdrew from the FNM leadership race in the w...
A lost government
Dear Editor, According to news reports, The Bahamas has been put on notice that its sovereign debt is likely to be downgraded probably to junk bond status very soon. This has caused some concern in the government because if that were to occur most o...
Who wins and who loses?
Dear Editor, As we move into the final day of the FNM convention, I urge the delegates and I urge the people of The Bahamas to carefully consider who wins and who loses if each nominee is successful or unsuccessful. Who stands to gain, and who stand...
The season of giving?
Dear Editor, The press now prints large notices of amnesties for late payment of stamp duty on deeds and documents, and notices of land acquisitions to construct homes for the poor. Not yet the Christmas season, but the spirit of giving and forgivi...
Why Perry Christie must go
Dear Editor, Dear prime minister, Let me first start off by thanking you for your years of service (and disservice) and strong dedication to your political career and the Bahamian population. This letter serves not to belittle you, but to genuinely...
Minnis is a man of action
Dear Editor, After more than four years of big talk and little action from Prime Minister Perry Christie, The Bahamas needs a leader who will simply get the job done. We don’t need another sweet-talking, fancy-dancing prime minister who is great ...
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