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Critical point
Six months after FNMs re-elected Dr. Hubert Minnis leader of the Free National Movement, a significant grouping in the party is concerned that Minnis would not be able to provide effective leadership moving into the next general election, National Re...
 
 
Would the FNM kill carnival?
It would be “impossible” for a Free National Movement (FNM) administration to stop what the current government has started with the first Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, Prime Minister Perry Christie said in an interview with National Review. Christi...
 
 
Toothless tiger
The communication from Speaker of the House of Assembly Dr. Kendal Major on the powers of the Public Accounts Committee last Wednesday has left the PAC impotent and its probe into the Urban Renewal Programme halted. Although the PAC passed a resolut...
 
 
Gomez in limbo as PM silent on resignation issue
One week after National Review reported that Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez offered his resignation to Prime Minister Perry Christie due to what he said he understood to be a missing file in the extradition case involving several of...
 
 
Depression is debilitating
You know, years ago when someone said that they were depressed about something in their life, inevitably someone would say to them “You need to snap out of it”. Well, as all of my readers will know, I’m all for taking control of our feelings; ...
 
 
‘Vindicated’
As he stood overlooking the thousands of people who covered Clifford Park for the Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival mega concert on Friday night, Prime Minister Perry Christie, noticeably weary but obviously elated, declared that he had been vindicated. “...
 
 
Bad signals
Few were left surprised on Friday when Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson advised that no criminal proceedings will be instituted against MICAL MP V. Alfred Gray or anyone in relation to the allegation that Gray interfered in a judicial matter i...
 
 
A disappointing three years
The third anniversary of the Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) current term in office has met the Christie administration mired in scandal and unable to point to many campaign pledges that have been fulfilled. The government also suffers from a se...
 
 
Playing politics with lives
A town meeting last Monday on the Rubis fuel leak had little to do with residents of Marathon and their legitimate concerns, and everything to do with politics. It was a stark and sad reminder that few matters in our beloved country go untainted by ...
 
 
Listen to the messenger
There’s a wonderful line which is crammed full of truth which I’m sure a whole lot of my readers will have read many, many times in their life. The phrase is ‘When the Student is ready, The Teacher will appear’. Oh how true that is as it’s ...
 
 
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