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Facts, not fear
Retired Anglican Archbishop Drexel Gomez thinks it is unfair that “incorrect perceptions” are being given, which are stirring fear among the electorate ahead of the June 7 constitutional referendum without any facts to support the ‘vote no’ p...
Playing politics
What is right to do now was right to do in 2002 when the Ingraham administration brought a constitutional referendum to the people; so the church leaders supporting the June 7, 2016 referendum, having rejected the last one, are being hypocritical, ac...
A fishy tale
Former Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Michael Pintard breathed life back into a controversy that had faded from the front pages when he sparked new questions surrounding FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis’ explanation about the nature of his assoc...
Tough sell
The government has a lot going against it as it tries to convince the majority of Bahamian voters to support the gender equality referendum on June 7. It is too bad that the YES Bahamas campaign and the government are making moves that will likely d...
Cheap points and political smear
The mudslinging over which political party is corrupt took on new vigor over the last couple weeks with the release of a U.S. report on human rights practices in The Bahamas. What the reaction has done more than anything is remind us just how dising...
Gomez stuck with $3,000 bill after Govt. House affair
Some members of the Free National Movement (FNM) were left embarrassed after learning the new FNM senator, Monique Gomez, who received her instruments of appointment at Government House on Friday evening, was stuck with a bill of more than $3,000 to ...
Introduce change gradually
When it comes to being successful in life, there’s an extremely important word in today’s article and that word is ‘Change’. Now as I have written about before on many occasions, people who are inclined to be negative in nature always seem t...
Stagnant waters
Prime Minister Perry Christie told us last week that he expects that before the next general election, there will be a shift in mood in the country. It was a clear and rare recognition by Christie that the electorate is soured by his performance and...
No bark, no bite
In the words of one Free National Movement (FNM) Council member observing the recent chairmanship race, the party has managed to squander its political advantages as The Bahamas continues its collective yawn at what the FNM is presenting. Sidney Col...
What is Collie thinking?
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie has shown poor judgment out the gate, calling up an issue on which he will always be unable to speak to publicly with any authority or without any coloring. In his first two statements since being ...
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