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Kudos to BTC
  Dear Editor,   I was a bit skeptical when a tele-sales agent called me and asked me if I was interested in signing up for BTC’s fiber to the home and Flow TV products. I had seen the advertisements and the signs in my neighborhood in...
 
 
Privacy rights not necessarily violated by surveillance bill
Dear Editor, Concern has been raised about the proposed Interception of Communications Bill, and it has been asserted that if the bill becomes law it would violate the constitutional rights of persons in The Bahamas; specifically the rights protecte...
 
 
The people need a raise
Dear Editor, This is a concerned citizen born and raised in this beautiful Bahamaland. I have a major concern with our Bahamian government, Perry Christie and his governing party. I have been working in government for the past long, long years from...
 
 
Govt should lose election because of crime
Dear Editor,   I am dismayed by the state of our country. As an older person, I did not grow up in a Bahamas where there were so many robberies and killings. We had communities then where parents and grandparents had values. They tried their b...
 
 
The workload of a member of Parliament
Dear Editor, During this term I wrote an open letter to Perry G. Christie, prime minister of The Bahamas, addressing the inadequate salaries of our members of Parliament, and sent a copy of it to you and other reputable newspapers in The Bahama...
 
 
The interception bill: not now
Dear Editor, The proposed Interception of Communications Bill has, apparently, been pushed back legislatively. The bill, which proposed several draconian measures which could invade one’s privacy and constitutionally entrenched provisions, was bad...
 
 
A hypothetical imbroglio
Dear Editor, According to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, under the heading of “The Executive”, chapter VI, article 73, part (1), subsection (a) and (b):(1) Whenever there shall be occasion for the appointment of a prime min...
 
 
Rebel Seven into the political abyss
Dear Editor, On December 7, 2016, Loretta Butler-Turner and six other Free National Movement (FNM) members of Parliament submitted a letter to the governor general expressing no confidence in Opposition and FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis. They were re...
 
 
The economic manifesto: A dream or reality?
Dear Editor, More than two generations ago the late, irreplaceable Sir Lynden Oscar Pindling, our visionary former premier and prime minister (the first of the latter), outlined his then plans to economically empower the Bahamian masses. We achieved...
 
 
Sheriff Christie’s Wild, Wild West
Dear Editor,   In April of 2012, bad boy Sheriff Perry Christie of Centreville stood up at a rally at R.M. Bailey Park and waved a magic wand called a Charter of Governance that he promised would fix the economy and end crime. Crime, he said,...
 
 
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