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Marred legacy
Finally. Perry Gladstone Christie is off the political scene. We can now look to the future. A new era. A fresh start. Like Sir Lynden Pindling and Hubert Ingraham before him, Christie did not know when to go. But unlike Sir Lynden and Ingraham...
 
 
Come to Jesus
Coming up for air after the brutal beating they took at the polls last week, the response from senior PLPs ranged from acknowledgement of their defeat to signs that they did not entirely get the message of their wholesale rejection by an electorate h...
 
 
A new course
Two things struck us in Dr. Hubert Minnis’ victory speech on the historic night of May 10. The first was his pledge to probe how the people’s money was spent. It appealed to voters who rejected Perry Christie and the Progressive Liberal Party (...
 
 
Bad optics
We talk often in this space about perceptions. In the world of politics, they can be damaging to leaders, political parties and governments — even if they are not always based on facts. The new prime minister, Dr. Hubert Minnis, should guard agai...
 
 
Judgment Day
The closing arguments have been made. The campaign rallies have ended. And while the nastiness and vitriol that largely shaped the 2017 general election campaigns still linger, it is time for the Bahamian people to speak. Today, we will decide by ...
 
 
Prayer crystallizes goals
I guess that I have always prayed since I was a little boy as this is the way in which I was brought up in a Catholic home. The only thing which changed was my method of praying. Actually, when I commenced my studies in Metaphysics at the Universit...
 
 
A blind eye
If public confidence in the integrity of the political directorate of The Bahamas is to become a hallmark of our political culture, it is of the first importance that the prime minister and other ministers of government observe — and be seen to...
 
 
A govt of flam
As the hours wound down to the end of April — the month the government promised to move the court to unseal the deal it signed last summer to complete Baha Mar — the Christie administration released the heads of agreement it entered into last wee...
 
 
The Ingraham factor
Over the last several weeks, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis has been telling us — through a running television advertisement — that career politicians have run our country into the ground. An interesting statement,for sure...
 
 
Promotions and politics
Speaking at a Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) rally on April 30, 2012, Deputy Leader Philip Brave Davis vowed that a PLP government would ensure that police promotions are not shrouded in politics. “Under a PLP government, promotions will be based...
 
 
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