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Taking care of the Family Islands
Dear Editor, When we see the devastation caused by the fire in The Current, Eleuthera, which took the life of one person, and then revisit the festive girding of the seagrape trees on West Bay Street, we can only scream at the wastage of public fund...
 
 
FNM should go with Pakesia in Marco City
Dear Editor,   While the FNM seems to be putting together a fairly good group of candidates, one of the clear weaknesses is that there are only two women ratified by the party, and that is of some concern to many people. There is some talk on...
 
 
Majority Rule Day
Dear Editor,   Forty-three years after independence, our wonderful nation is still bedeviled and perplexed by racial and economic dislocations. Yes, we did achieve a measure of political independence, but, by and large, we have regressed big t...
 
 
A view on gambling
Dear Editor,   Recently I read a Guardian news story about the chairman of the DNA, Andrew Wilson, not being allowed to gamble in a local casino. Included in the news story is this incorrect statement: “The Gaming Act stipulates that visitor...
 
 
Rawson Square would have detracted from the We March message
Dear Editor, I address the following open letter to Ranard Henfield and other organizers of the upcoming historic second installment of the We March movement. Brother Henfield, First of all, let me say that I salute you and all the patriotic Baham...
 
 
The expert is independent: The Caribbean is not
Dear Editor, It is not sophisticated to talk about God in public affairs. If, as a token gesture, he must be mentioned, then all references to him should be politically correct. I choose to be neither sophisticated nor politically correct in addres...
 
 
Voter registration for the upcoming general election
Dear Editor,   I hope you will not mind me addressing this letter to you and, if you think it is worth printing, please print it in the hope that our fellow Bahamians will be moved to go out and register as soon as possible. For some weeks no...
 
 
A suggestion on voter registration
Dear Editor,   I write in reference to the slow registration of voters for the next election. I would like to suggest to the parliamentary registrar that he open a registration booth at the auto vehicle licensing center in Oakes Field. Each m...
 
 
January 10: A time for unity
Dear Editor,   January 10, 2017 will mark the golden anniversary of majority rule in The Bahamas. For some reason there appears to be some confusion as to how to celebrate this most historic holiday. Firstly, I would love to highly applaud Per...
 
 
We must march
Dear Editor, According to Wikipedia, civil disobedience is “the active, professed refusal to obey certain laws, demands and commands of a government, or of an occupying international power. Civil disobedience is a symbolic or ritualistic violation...
 
 
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