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Concerns with ministerial performance
Dear Editor, I read with interest the recent downgrading of the Bahamas credit rating by Standard & Poor’s. I am disappointed but not surprised. Disappointed because all Bahamians are now saddled with this enormous financial burden placed on ...
 
 
VAT unfairness
Dear Editor, Hello from South Carolina, U.S.A. Having come to this wonderful country for one or two weeks for the past 50 years, I would hope you believe that my wife and I love The Bahamas. My problem right now is I feel it is unconscionable to ex...
 
 
Dictatorship or democracy
Dear Editor, I found it disturbing that while Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss was sharing with Bahamians her memories of the horrors inflicted on humanity by the Nazi regime, our government was busy tabling the Interception of Communications Bill 201...
 
 
Tough choices but one conclusion
Dear Editor, The Gold Rush administration, led by our energetic, focused and nimble leader and prime minister of our wonderful nation, Perry Gladstone Christie (PLP-Centreville), will be returned to office by a reduced majority. We, as a party, will...
 
 
The fate of the opposition
Dear Editor, The call is being made for the opposition forces in the nation to unite, but that call is coming too late. We heard no such talk when the opposition and its leader kept their shoulder to the wheel in the role of opposing, even when tho...
 
 
A well-deserved extension
Dear Editor I am pleased to see that the Chief Justice of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, Sir Hartman Longley, has been granted an extension of his stellar career in this invaluable judicial office. This man is a man of the law, so to speak, but, a...
 
 
Turnquest represented the new generation
Dear Editor,   Would you allow me to brand as irrelevant whether I am of the opinion that OAT “Tommy” Turnquest, former leader of The Free National Movement, was capable of leading this country or not? What is relevant, however, is that To...
 
 
Ian, Nicolette and Alicia need a civics lesson
Dear Editor, Two academics and an activist want to use disaffected Bahamian voters as guinea pigs. In what can only be described as some kind of weird social experiment, these highly educated people want to run a ridiculous test that has as its goal...
 
 
Remembering a public servant
Dear Editor, I read with considerable sadness of the passing of CAP Smith, a former permanent secretary. I extend my profound sympathy to his wife, Rachel, and his children, all of whom I know personally and who CAP loved beyond measure. CAP Smith,...
 
 
What would be good for the opposition
Dear Editor, “Like actors on a stage directionless”. That is how I perceive the present leader of the opposition in the House of Assembly and her band of rebels. It appears that the playwright did not complete the script and the actors decided t...
 
 
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