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FNM should recruit Rollins
When Leader of the Opposition Dr. Hubert Minnis rose to speak recently in the House of Assembly he noted that Dr. Andre Rollins, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP for Fort Charlotte, sounded like a member of the Free National Movement (FNM). Ro...
 
 
The lesson to be learned from the Gray controversy
That Minister V. Alfred Gray should resign or be fired from the Cabinet is, at this point, a settled matter for all right-thinking Bahamians, regardless of political persuasion. An official police investigation has been launched into the allegation ...
 
 
An unacceptable response by the prime minister
The V. Alfred Gray matter is quite simple. We have three independent branches of government in The Bahamas with constitutionally defined powers and responsibilities: the executive, the legislature and the judiciary. There is a separation to ensure ch...
 
 
Baha Mar should take its time
Bahamians are hopeful for Baha Mar. The $3.5 billion resort in western New Providence is the only immediate thing on the horizon that can bring down our high unemployment rate. In effect, Baha Mar is the whole economic plan of the governing Progressi...
 
 
Gray should resign or be fired
We have three independent branches of government in The Bahamas with constitutionally defined powers and responsibilities: the executive, the legislature and the judiciary. There is a separation to ensure checks and balances exist between these cente...
 
 
BAMSI contracts and political favoritism
With the next general election two years away, Prime Minister Perry Christie feels the time has come to once again start pandering to the party base. This is, at least, the most generous interpretation of his recent comments to the effect that he ho...
 
 
Embracing the modern taxi
The yellow taxis of New York and the black taxis of Britain are icons of transportation in their respective countries. Certainly, it’s time for The Bahamas to have one of its own. Baha Mar’s announcement that a proposal is before government to mo...
 
 
Students excelling at the spelling bee
Students from around the country are preparing for the 18th Bahamas National Spelling Bee. It takes place on Sunday at Atlantis, Paradise Island. The winning speller will travel to Washington, D.C. to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. The...
 
 
Opposition should have a position
Dr. Hubert Minnis and his Free National Movement (FNM) have been on the attack of late. Questions from the opposition leader on the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) have helped bring to light irregularities at the government...
 
 
Fairness and tax collection
Value-added tax (VAT) came into effect on January 1 at a rate of 7.5 percent. The purpose of VAT is not to grow the economy or to modernize the system of tax collection in The Bahamas. The tax has been created to increase revenue intake for the state...
 
 
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