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Fire and fury
Much has changed since those contentious days when Edison Key, the South and Central Abaco MP, helped save Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis from being knifed by members of the party’s parliamentary caucus, who concluded that Mi...
The changed leader
FNMs everywhere and other Bahamians yearning for better political and national leadership have had their prayers answered. As a result of the Black Friday march, Free National Movement Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis says he is a changed leader. Finally, ...
The Free National Movement (FNM) and the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) have reportedly failed to reach agreement over a possible accommodation heading into the next general election. According to National Review sources, DNA Leader Branville Mc...
By all accounts, many Bahamians view the Christmas decorations put up at Arawak Cay and in Downtown Nassau as an offense to our sensibilities. We agree. The decorations are tacky, amateurish and unattractive. We could and should do better. It is ...
There’s no excuse for ignorance
You know, as I reflect on the title of this particular article ‘There’s No Excuse For Ignorance’ I realize the Absolute Truth contained in it. Yes indeed, in this the 21st Century knowledge of all kinds is available to us everywhere we go. Th...
Tone deaf
After scoffing at repeated calls to be accountable, transparent and to treat Bahamians with a certain degree of respect, the embattled and largely disconnected prime minister, Perry Christie, wants to meet with organizers of the recent Black Friday m...
Mitchell spews usual nonsense
No PLP should be caught dead on the Black Friday march, an unhinged and utterly tone deaf Fred Mitchell declared in a bizarre voice note on Thursday night in a futile and petty attempt at diffusing a growing movement, shamelessly diminishing its effe...
Political trickery, shameless deflection
The government’s decision to hold a parliamentary inquiry into the 2011 sale of 51 percent of The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) to Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) in the waning months of its term of low achievement, smacks of des...
A sad cast of incompetents
Finally. Prime Minister Perry Christie, in the face of unrelenting public pressure, has stated unequivocally in Parliament that his government would reject a proposal, which would see the Chinese becoming equal partners in The Bahamas’ fishing ind...
Shade and hypocrisy
Refusing to take the same political gamble as his friend and longtime political ally Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins, Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells stuck with Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis during some of Minnis’ most turb...
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