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PLP conducting loss assessment
Dear Editor,   "PLP Senator Fred Mitchell revealed that a Jamaican political strategy expert is in The Bahamas to analyze and report on why the PLP lost the May general election." The Bahamian people have spoken louder than thunder for those ...
 
 
Fake emancipation, no repatriations and dubious independence
Dear Editor,   As we prepare to celebrate our 44th independence anniversary as a nation, one must ask the salient questions: are we really independent? Was emancipation for real, or was it fake? Why didn’t our former colonial master, the Uni...
 
 
Our ignorance would be to our detriment
Dear Editor,   I am friend of the Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre (SRC), which consists of the geriatric, detox and psychiatric hospital. I involve myself because the least I could do is give back to an institution and country that has given ...
 
 
But we meant well. Really we did...
Dear Editor,   Former Prime Minister Perry G. Christie (PLP), in defense of spending tax dollars without proper/legal approval, is quoted as saying, “There were compelling urgencies to work. During the hurricane itself, expenditure was incur...
 
 
Clarke's inane spiral
Dear Editor,   I read Dr. Charles Clarke’s statement in The Guardian recently and wondered what state of mind he was in when he spoke to this newspaper. It would be kind to call the man “bewildered” in the worst way, as he talked himself...
 
 
B. J. Nottage’s sporting legacy
Dear Editor,   The Bahamas participated in its first CARIFTA Games in Trinidad in May of 1973, two months prior to independence. Our eight athletes marched under a Crown Colony flag, the same one that star athletes Sir Durward Knowles, Tommy ...
 
 
Five fabulous officers at Grove Police Station
Dear Editor,   The story line of rogue police officers lining their pockets for profit is plentiful and often commands a big headline that is routinely splashed across the front page of the local dailies with reckless abandon. Today, however, ...
 
 
Behold the man
Dear Editor, The passing of the late Dr. Bernard Nottage this week marked the end of an era for, and within, the Progressive Liberal Party. Nottage, despite whatever some of us may think were his faults, was the consummate Bahamian patriot and natio...
 
 
He is she, can we agree?
Dear Editor, There are a group of people who seem to believe that they have the unassailable right to challenge and change God’s laws regarding sexuality as they please. Some now claim that you are a man or woman based on your choice. In times pa...
 
 
Dr. Bernard J. Nottage, the epitome of integrity
Dear Editor,   The sun has finally set on an era, an icon, an athlete extraordinaire, a physician par excellence, a politician of impeccable character and a statesman of the highest order. Dr. Hon. Bernard J. Nottage has exited stage left, end...
 
 
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