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Bahamians need a leader with a plan
Dear Editor, Pre-election rhetoric is in high gear and, as always, is mildly entertaining but lacking in substance. To date there are no clear, coherent, concise, commonsense suggestions or solutions from the official opposition to many of the count...
No one cares anymore
Dear Editor, Has anyone taken notice of the increasing number of homeless and destitute people that roam Nassau’s streets both day and night? Daily, at almost every intersection, traffic light or parking lot, one is approached by individuals, man...
Baha Mar casino license
Dear Editor, The present highly publicized controversy about the proposed casino license for Baha Mar, with full-page ads and letter to the editor, is being played out on a slanted stage that should not be provided by an eminent publication like The...
Can these dry bones live again?
Dear Editor, It is written in Ezekiel 37:1-3 ‘The hand of The Lord was upon me, and carried me out in the spirit of The Lord, and set me down in the midst of the valley which was full of bones....and caused me to pass by them round about; and, beh...
Dear Editor, For the first time, in a very long time, something special is happening in the South Andros constituency. For too long, South Androsians have been deeply divided by political parties, strictly along party lines. Thankfully, a dramatic c...
Indifference on Baha Mar opening
Dear Editor, Months ago when Prime Minister Christie announced that Baha Mar was sold and the terms of the agreement were sealed by the Supreme Court, I really only had one difficulty. I still have that difficulty. My difficulty is not about the sea...
What kind of food are we producing right here?
Dear Editor, In the wake of the Brazilian beef ban, Consumer Protection Commission Chairman Jerome Gomez has suggested that we need organizations to watch and to warn us about what is going on in other parts of the world. I agree with him and would...
Dear Editor, The sight of child abuse has become far too commonplace in The Bahamas over many decades, despite years of public education and studies on its long-term effects. Only recently, I witnessed a woman – if I may call her that, because he...
I predict Christie will retire as Centreville MP and PLP leader this year
Dear Editor, The timing of Junkanoo Carnival 2017 is not coincidental. The PLP intentionally scheduled it around late April, early May in order to coincide with the election season. It seems to be its way of having a huge pre-election party ...
Dear Editor, I thank you for allowing me some space in your paper. I am a resident of the Marco City constituency. I am educated, employed and responsible. I am voting this election as I have every other election, and I am voting for Michael...
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