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Sidney Collie’s pyrrhic victory
Dear Editor, Sidney Collie’s victory over activist Rodney Moncur on April 14 for the Free National Movement (FNM) chairmanship post was a pyrrhic victory for the Hubert Minnis faction of the FNM. I understand that Minnis was backing Collie. Moncu...
NHI’s Achilles heel
Dear Editor, The legend of Achilles and the weakness that led to his death are well known. When the story is told, some question why the vulnerability was not covered or eliminated before disaster struck. I am left to ask the same question as an in...
NHI is BOB on steroids
Dear Editor, It was revealed at the recent annual general meeting of that troubled institution that the bank needs $30 million in new capital. This follows the $100 million taxpayer bailout of this financial institution, whose majority shareho...
Fooling the people
Dear Editor, In the Roman Empire’s waning years, when its citizens could not afford bread, its leaders chose to appease and pacify the masses with the spectacle and sport of the arena. Instead of spending their dwindling coffers on running the emp...
Pastors’ Stone Age thinking
Dear Editor, The coalition of pastors who seem to have but one string to their ecclesiastical guitar again launched into a chorus of hate in a now predictable attempt to blur the line between church business and state business. The church o...
Release young men incarcerated for small amounts of marijuana
Dear Editor, I must mention publicly that I am disturbed about the incarceration of young black men for smoking a joint or possession of a small quantity of marijuana. It is a practice that must be discontinued forthwith. It is nauseating to...
Comedian or member of Parliament?
Dear Editor, I’m sure there’s a comedian somewhere who sucked his teeth when he read The Tribune headline quoting Leslie Miller, PLP MP for Tall Pines, as saying The Bahamas “learned corruption from the U.S.”. Miller went on to say ...
The anti-Minnis plotters will fail
Dear Editor, I read with interest the article Front Porch by Simon in The Nassau Guardian on Thursday, April 14, 2016 and many previous articles by the same writer/s – an individual or a group of cowardly individuals who is/are afraid to put their...
Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival should be party with purpose
Dear Editor, Kindly allow me a space in your newspaper to share my brief views on a topic of national importance. The government has again spent millions of our tax dollars on carnival celebrations in New Providence and Grand Bahama. There hav...
Working toward a proper universal healthcare model
Dear Editor, I am very disturbed with the direction that the conversation on universal healthcare has taken in The Bahamas. The blame should be placed at the feet of the government, uninformed politicians and an out-of-touch NHI Secretariat. ...
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