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Letters

 
Minnis is a man of action
Dear Editor, After more than four years of big talk and little action from Prime Minister Perry Christie, The Bahamas needs a leader who will simply get the job done. We don’t need another sweet-talking, fancy-dancing prime minister who is great ...
 
 
Reflections on the PLP leadership
Dear Editor, The great French leader Charles de Gaulle said, “The cemeteries of the world are filled with indispensable men.” I am certain that Prime Minister Perry Christie would concur with de Gaulle’s blunt statement. The PM has often refle...
 
 
Open letter to Hubert Ingraham
Dear Hubert, it is quite obvious to all and sundry that the meaning of the word retirement is eluding you. It was widely rumored that you would seek another term as the leader of my brain child. Let me assure you that if you attempted so foolhardy a...
 
 
Emperors have to be removed
Dear Editor, Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte once said, “I can no longer obey; I have tasted command, and I cannot give it up.” I was reading an article recently in The Nassau Guardian where the author referred to Prime Minister Perry Christie as th...
 
 
The People’s Movement has dangerous religious ideas
Dear Editor, The People’s Movement has launched what is termed “a new paradigm shift” that would lead to “a completely new structure in terms of a righteous government”. The problem is a righteous government, a theocracy, has already been ...
 
 
The very odd political couple
Dear Editor, Whether in desperation or naivete, Dr. Hubert Minnis keeps befriending political failures. His latest bromance (aka fondness amongst kindred spirits) is none other than the prince of blabber, Leslie Miller, the loud-mouth PLP recently c...
 
 
Eight Mile Rock is a gem
Dear Editor, Thank you for allowing this humble message to be sent to the Bahamian people by way of your daily. The Bahamas is a distinctly unique country, and the settlements that make up the islands and cays of the Bahamas are very unique in them...
 
 
Independent speaker of the House of Assembly
Dear Editor, Do you know what the Westminster system of government is? I’m sure that you do. It happens to be the system of government that we, in The Bahamas, have chosen to pattern our system after as founded and followed by the United Kingdom. ...
 
 
The death penalty
Dear Editor,  How many murders were committed last year? Close to 140, I think. I am not quite sure, but I believe that it was somewhere around there. As I understand it, a national record for homicides in The Bahamas was set last year. Like Dr...
 
 
The advance of self-interest
Dear Editor, In the not too distant past Bahamian communities were strong – not perfect, but strong. They had a firm moral foundation with the majority of persons in these communities sharing similar values and responsibilities toward growing and ...
 
 
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