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Glaring conflict
In 2013 when Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis was forced to defend conflict of interest claims on the floor of the House of Assembly, Minnis insisted that he had declared that he was benefiting from a government contract when he entered politics, ...
A curious shift
The statement by Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins last week that he was duped into raising a conflict of interest claim against Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis in the House of Assembly in 2013 left many wondering whether it is for political co...
Falling short
When Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez suggested in a recent interview with National Review that Bahamians with no power and no real connection to those in power are left to share the crumbs while the powerful and their friends and lov...
Dimming light
Prime Minister Perry Christie received a glowing review from his brother, Gary Christie, on the occasion of Christie’s 72nd birthday on Friday. No one, of course, should be surprised that Gary Christie thinks his brother has performed phenomenally...
A mockery of transparency
It has been exactly one year since Prime Minister Perry Christie and Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) CEO Phil Bentley smiled before the cameras, shook hands and declared that the deal to secure two percent of the shares in the Bahamas Telecom...
Kind, loving & patient
There’s no doubt about it, we live in a very fast paced world where everybody appears to be rushing around all day long as they go about their chores. I do believe, that many people are so very busy and into themselves, so to speak, that they don...
A blind eye
Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez says he is disappointed that the government is not serious about dealing with corruption, and suggested that no matter who is in office, Bahamians with no power and no strong family connections to thos...
PLP hypocrisy and the foreign investor
When it comes to foreigners with long dollars, the Christie-PLP has had an interesting relationship. While it is angered that Baha Mar CEO Sarkis Izmirlian is wading into local politics with his suggestion that voters will take action against Prime ...
No comfort in new jobs report
Asked last week how he deals with constituents who constantly call looking for jobs, one PLP member of Parliament said he keeps it real. “I tell them there just aren’t any jobs available,” said the MP. His statement was an accurate reflection...
An intolerable state of affairs
With the murder count inching near to 100 for 2015, the silence from National Security Minister Dr. Bernard Nottage and Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade is deafening. The situation is spiralling out of control with four murders alone record...
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