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Carnival clash
Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) Chairman Paul Major has threatened to resign over reports that the commission has been “undermined” by senior officials in the government. This is the latest development in a clash triggered by efforts...
 
 
Politics at play in carnival budget
Due to political and economic considerations, Chairman of the Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) Paul Major recommended to Prime Minister Perry Christie in January that the government not cancel Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival (BJC) this year, but...
 
 
Disturbing disconnect
The conflicting messages from Prime Minister Perry Christie and Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade on the state of crime in The Bahamas — New Providence in particular — have done nothing to comfort the many Bahamians gripped by fear over t...
 
 
The answers that never came
The House of Assembly has finally passed a Freedom of Information Bill. We commend Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald and the Christie administration for finally bringing the long-promised bill to Parliament. The passing of the bill may represent...
 
 
Free pass
The Bahamian people have been cheated. We have been cheated out of having a productive and accountable government. We have been cheated out of having an effective Official Opposition that would help ensure quality governance. As such, we have witn...
 
 
Are you dedicated to your craft?
In general, I believe that most people have a particular field of endeavor which they wish to pursue. It could be to be a Doctor, Lawyer, Nurse, Technician, Sales Person, or Professional Musician to name just a few of the different occupations peopl...
 
 
A black hole of promises
Perry Christie’s reaction in the House of Assembly last week to the controversy surrounding the unfortunate and misleading speech delivered recently at the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) convention by his Minister of State for Finance Michael ...
 
 
A toxic cycle
Anglican Bishop Laish Boyd is calling for a national discussion on family planning and for the media to do a better job in driving the discussion on this important issue. Addressing the Anglican Synod on Monday night, Boyd said, “Instead of genera...
 
 
Politics as entertainment
There are two recent statements that reveal a disturbing reality for Bahamians considering which party they wish to elect to govern their affairs in the approaching five-year term. The first was a statement made by businessman Sir Franklyn Wilson, wh...
 
 
Dead end
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins’ recent criticisms of Official Opposition Leader Loretta Butler-Turner’s Senate picks may be an indication that her relationship with the other FNM MPs who pulled the carpet from under Free National Movement (F...
 
 
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