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The dance of the macabre
Dear Editor, Everywhere I go here on our beautiful capital island I am besieged with questions as to my political allegiance by all and sundry. They, obviously, have nothing better to do. We have recorded over 70 homicides so far for this ye...
It’s time to choose the right path
Dear Editor, I was involved in Bahamian politics since 1949. That election was the last seven-year term of Parliament, which came to a close in 1956. Long Island was allowed two members. Four members nominated for that election: Loran Pyfrom...
The hurricane recovery discussion
Dear Editor, Following the devastation left by Hurricane Matthew, like many Bahamians, I gave considerable thought to what the government might do to ameliorate the impact of hurricanes generally. While a number of interesting ideas have mad...
Not the Republic of The Bahamas
Dear Editor, Have you ever heard of the Westminster system? Well, if you haven’t, it is a system of government that we, in The Bahamas, inherited from our former colonial masters in the United Kingdom. As you well know, this system of gove...
Hurricane tax a dumb idea
Dear Editor, I was surprised to hear Prime Minister Perry Christie suggest a tax to pay for the hurricane damage. A lot of homes and businesses were hit badly by the storm. Some people are homeless and some business owners may not be able to...
FNM South Beach wants Cartwright
Dear Editor, The silly season in politics has started in earnest and the craziest things are happening. The FNM selection of candidates has taken all sort of twist and turns. Incumbent candidates have been dissed and political unknowns have ...
Paradise: Paralyzed by fear
Dear Editor, The Democratic National Alliance is saddened by the gruesome attack in which the party’s Nassau Village chairperson, Wendy McIntosh, was shot multiple times. It is deeply disturbing that at a time when many of us in the count...
Baptism by Matthew
Dear Editor, Many Bahamians are able to say, and have said so, what they like and do not like about Leslie Miller (PLP-Tall Pines), but he, God bless his soul, calls it like he sees it. He has served the people of this wonderful nation at al...
Invisibility after Matthew
Dear Editor, The invisible BEC people are hiding behind every corner and around every house. According to the folks at BPL/BEC, they have been out working on the lightless communities around the island. Never mind that we do not see them, n...
Community spirit after the storm
Dear Editor, I do not have electricity, Internet, telephone, cable, and have minimal water, but what I do have are fabulous neighbors and community members. All of us were impacted by the recent hurricane, some more than others. I am gratefu...
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