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Where's the beef on NHI
Dear Editor,   The discussion around the proposed National Health Insurance (NHI) scheme brings to mind the now-iconic Wendy’s television commercial in which three elderly ladies were served a hamburger. Admiring the big, fluffy bun on the o...
 
 
In case you didn’t know
Dear Editor,   Dear Prime Minister Minnis, I penned this letter on July 11, 2017, only hours after the country you now lead celebrated its 44th year of independence. On this day, while scrolling through a number of reports on social media, a f...
 
 
The end of the affair
Dear Editor, The end of any human related affair is usually fraught with tension, remorse and regret. In extenuating circumstances there may even be a resort to physical violence and/or an emotional and mental melt down. Where the affair is between ...
 
 
Part two: Philosophic rationalization for denigration of authority
Dear Editor, Thank you for printing pt. 1: The problem of desensitization. In it we discussed the fundamental problem of Cain murdering his brother and laying the foundation for murdering of the brotherhood of man, and the connection to Bahamian soc...
 
 
No more diplomatic gravy train for Fred Mitchell
Dear Editor,   Fred Mitchell had the temerity to lecture the Senate on the merits of globetrotting diplomacy. Over the past five years Fred became, perhaps, the most travelled foreign minister in the Caribbean, racking up well over a quarter ...
 
 
Price regulating Bahamas Power & Light
Dear Editor,   I read with some interest your article in The Guardian of 6th July, 2017, regarding Bahamas Power & Light (BPL) increasing their fuel surcharge and URCA being unable to price regulate them for five years. Having worked at UR...
 
 
Number system not appropriate for an emergency setting
Dear Editor,   I read with some interest the letter requesting a numbering system in A&E at PMH. I always understood A&E to mean accidents and emergencies. Most people waiting in A&E have not had accidents or emergencies. Many doc...
 
 
The problem of desensitization
Dear Editor,   Thank you for allowing the printing of this pre-independence exhortation to our country. This article is not about the distribution of blame. Let us get that straight right out of the gate. And speaking about “gate”, a pers...
 
 
Numbering system at PMH
Dear Editor,   Have you ever been sick? I am going to go out on a limb here and say, “Of course you have!” But tell me, have you ever found your way to Princess Margaret Hospital when you were sick? The well-to-do in our country have not h...
 
 
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 ...
 
 
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