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What about govt’s foreign workers?
Dear Editor, The Department of Statistics recently released work permit details for the private sector. A total of 9,208 permits were granted for 2015. All this confirms there is no need for our xenophobia. For the economy to grow, the country needs...
 
 
Freedom of speech isn’t freedom to abuse
Dear Editor, I have never been more un-proud of who we are becoming. When I see the blunt disrespect for the prime minister, his family and the office he holds, just the level of disrespect is disheartening. Such disrespect may have far longer lasti...
 
 
Happy birthday to the prime minister
Dear Editor,   Prime minister, God graced you with another birthday. You are in the hallowed realm of being a septuagenarian political leader. Of course, some express that you should carry your “old you know what”. But Bernie Sanders just ...
 
 
Animal ‘Bahamian’ Farm, pt. 3
Dear Editor, Thank you editor for allowing me to expound on the correlation between “Animal Farm” and The Bahamas. Each reader must know that these writings are not to vent, not to castigate, nor drench with contumely the politicians, priests, n...
 
 
Destruction of the black youth
Dear Editor, It has been estimated that there is a 30 percent unemployment level amongst our male population between 18 to 35 years of age here in our wonderful nation. Coupled with this there are more than 1,500 youthful Bahamian males incarcerated...
 
 
Wishing Alfred Sears well
Dear Editor, I was pleased to see that Alfred Sears decided to challenge Perry Christie for the post of PLP leader. Sears is a well-respected attorney who has ideas about the future of the country. He is a nationalist and a progressive. Christie is...
 
 
Succession of PM
Dear Editor   We must appreciate that in our small country we have much to learn and even more to experience. In the past 49 years we have only seen three prime ministers and four leadership races which led to a change in leader within one of ...
 
 
Making The Bahamas proud
Dear Editor,   Ever since Britain’s Roger Bannister broke four minutes in the mile in the 1950s, the athletics world has speculated on the limits of the endurance and speed of the human body. As these limits of human velocity shrink, Shauna...
 
 
Security guards and guns
Dear Editor,   Do you feel safe on this island? I mean, with all of these violent crimes (especially murder) being perpetrated in this country for years, some Bahamians might have the tendency to feel apprehensive about moving about this islan...
 
 
Questions about National Health Insurance
Dear Editor, Several nights ago I watched the House of Assembly on TV when members debated the controversial National Health Insurance Bill. Health is an emotional, personal thing, and the members took full advantage of it. They waxed and they tack...
 
 
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