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The world did not end when rights were extended to homosexuals
In June, the United States Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage across the country. At the time, same-sex couples were only allowed to marry in 37 states. Division had emerged in the federal appellate courts over the matter, so the highest court...
Our complex relationship with crime
Tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe wants people to come together and hold a march against crime. Speaking in the House of Assembly, he asked when Bahamians will “join forces” and make a strong statement against the high levels of violence on our st...
Stop sleeping in public
We were astounded yesterday by the actions of the speaker of the House of Assembly, Dr. Kendal Major. He wasted the time of the House by giving a formal report on a matter that was not worth his time. A picture is circulating on social media of Long...
The meaning of the race for PLP leader
Philip Brave Davis, the deputy prime minister, is considering whether he will challenge Prime Minister Perry Christie for the post of Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) leader at the organization’s November convention. Davis has not yet announced wha...
The importance of getting involved
Voter registration for the next general election is scheduled to begin on Monday. Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall told the media yesterday that he expects up to 20,000 new registered voters. More than 176,700 people are on the current registe...
Reforming the civil service
"Courage, character and commitment", these are the virtues of a proper candidate for parliamentary office, according to former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP George Smith. Like many of late, Smith has not reserved his thoughts on what his party ...
Minnis has yet to dispel his own PHA controversy
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis was in the news yesterday, speaking out against the reported power struggle at the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA). Minnis was responding to this week’s National Review, which revealed that PH...
The nonsense of needing more time
When George W. Bush handed over the presidency of the United States in January 2009, that country was facing multiple crises. His administration was in the midst of a financial crisis that could have led to a depression; America was fighting wars in ...
The slow pace to reform
When we hear news about reform at the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) these days one thing is guaranteed: a promise will be made that something will happen soon, but just not yet. PowerSecure is the company the government has chosen to manage ...
Our changing inner city communities
Walkabouts by police and state security officers are public relations events more than anything else. People who rarely visit areas go there with the television cameras and photographers just to make members of the public think that they are doing so...
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