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Party actions were indefensible and reprehensible to The Bahamas’ future
Dear Editor,   The former PLP government’s actions will have a lasting impact on the minds of the Bahamian people; of its mismanagement of the economy, crimes, unemployment and increasing the debt through spending. There is no possible expla...
 
 
Preserving a national treasure
Dear Editor,   I spent the past weekend on beautiful Harbour Island. The ride from Nassau to Harbour Island and back is a beautiful experience, especially if the boat is not too "jammed up". Harbour Island is a Bahamian gem. Its success is re...
 
 
NHI open to abuse
Dear Editor,   On June 1, 2017 you printed a letter from me questioning why government should continue with NHI. In that letter it stated: "The former government pushed to start NHI prematurely as a political ploy. In my opinion, it is not we...
 
 
An emphatic no to the delegalization of marijuana
Dear Editor,   I read a letter in The Tribune newspaper by Dehavilland Moss calling for the delegalization of the marijuana drug, popularly called weed, cannabis joint, hemp and ganja. Moss' a priori argument that decriminalising weed would "h...
 
 
A PLP apologist who believes his own drivel
Dear Editor,   Two PLP apologists have come to the rescue of their scandal ridden party: Rodney Moncur and one Andrew Allen. Moncur is nursing a grudge against the FNM after it decided not to give him a nomination before the election. The form...
 
 
School maintenance
Dear Editor,   First I would like to point out the fact that it is really sad to see that schools are allowed to end up in a rundown state over time and when the summer rolls around; there is this large amount of funds that has to be allocated...
 
 
The conclusion: the re-sensitization process for national development
Dear Editor,   Thank you for printing the final article in this series. Now the summation: We must move toward a re-sensitivity, toward a respect for absolute divine authority, then relative human, governmental authority – the authority of ...
 
 
Will carnival survive?
The Free National Movement (FNM) under Dr. Hubert Minnis has been consistent with its position on Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival for some time. Rather than spending the tens of millions the Christie administration did on the festival, Minnis has said his ...
 
 
Pt. 3: The conclusion – the re-sensitization process for national development
Dear Editor, Thank you for printing the final article in this series. Now the summation. We must move toward a re-sensitivity, move toward a respect for absolute divine authority, then relative human, governmental authority — the authority of lov...
 
 
By the rivers of Babylon
Dear Editor,   The meltdown of the once iconic and great Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) since the 10th May, 2017, general election is so sad, and a gigantic spectacle to behold. The revelations and uncovering of alleged corruption and malfeas...
 
 
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