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A dry well
Free National Movement (FNM) delegates have made their decision. They have re-elected Dr. Hubert Alexander Minnis as their leader. Unlike in 2012, Minnis was not elected unopposed. He beat his former deputy, Loretta Butler-Turner, in a battle whos...
A delicate balance
The Bahamas government in recent weeks has sent a strong message to all people residing in the country illegally: It is serious about tackling a problem that has grown progressively worse in the last few decades. With the enforcement of the governme...
Operating in the dark
The government has gone silent in the three weeks since it announced that it has created a company called Resolve to absorb $100 million worth of Bank of The Bahamas’ (BOB) troubled commercial loans. As has been widely reported, the creation of Re...
Turn the telescope around
Joel Osteen told a story on television one day about a young man who picked up a telescope and started to look through the wrong end of the telescope. He then declared to his Father, who had given him the telescope, that when he looked through it, e...
Deciding factors
For the Free National Movement (FNM), this is a crucial week. The decision FNM delegates make during their leadership race on Friday also has important implications for the country, as that person could very well be the option in the next general el...
More young than old favor Loretta
Poll results released yesterday by public opinion polling firm Public Domain show that Free National Movement leadership candidate Loretta Butler-Turner is viewed more favorably among younger people than older ones. But we note here that only househ...
The prophecy
In the days leading up to the 41st anniversary of Bahamian independence, Pastor Myles Munroe gave a powerful and prophetic word. For those who heard it at the time, it was no doubt riveting and memorable. For those of us who heard it for the first ...
Overwhelming support
If Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell ever doubted the strong support he and the government have for the recent crackdown on illegal immigration, then he might find comfort in new poll numbers released yesterday by public opinion polling firm Public ...
Never wish anyone ill!
Before I get into the meat, so to speak of today's message, let me once again remind all of my most valued readers of the Universal Law of Cause & Effect which states as follows. For every CAUSE there is an EFFECT, for every ACTION there is an eq...
A great loss
Our nation is in shock. Our hearts are bleeding. We are hoping that we will wake up from this nightmare. Sadly, we will not. When we heard the news yesterday afternoon of the crash of a plane in Grand Bahama, we hoped that it was a crash landing,...
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