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When spending $6 million more than collected is not a loss
Dear Editor,  The long-awaited Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival report on the financial success of the event has been put on the table and expenditures came in almost $4 million over the budgeted $9 million at $12.9 million. Income was reported at $6....
 
 
A poor commentary on race
Dear Editor,  I am offended. On Wednesday, July 29, The Nassau Guardian printed a full-page opinion column by Anthony S. Hall entitled “Black lives matter? Sandra Bland is an example, not a martyr”. First I acknowledge that Hall is not onl...
 
 
Thinking about hair: What makes us so rigid?
Dear Editor, As a child I grew up in a close-knit group of people who looked just like me, some darker some lighter, but we all looked alike and so there was no problem with us not fitting in. Many of us had red hair, tinged with brown that would li...
 
 
What’s missing from the Baha Mar discussion?
Dear Editor, When Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian announced on Monday, June 29 that the resort had voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 in a Delaware Court, I think it’s safe to say that the prime minister was not the only one who was blindsided...
 
 
An opportunity lost
Dear Editor, I am often amazed but not surprised by the way I have been vilified, cussed out and bad-mouthed because I have withdrawn my political support for the current, interregnum prime minister. Over the past four decades, which are mercifully ...
 
 
Looking forward to a fair and legal fight
Dear Editor,   Like most Bahamians, I have followed the Baha Mar saga with interest. Most of my interest relates to hoping that this project gets up and going and Bahamians can find employment, and that The Bahamas can find a flow of new money...
 
 
A tribute to Errol Cartwright
Dear Editor, It was in 1989 and I was just elected secretary general of the FNM and the MP for Inagua and Mayaguana, Vernon Symonette, asked me to conduct an election of association officers in Inagua and Mayaguana. He wanted to go to Mayaguana fir...
 
 
Legacy at arms length
Dear Editor, The entire Baha Mar debacle – or saga, or any of the seemingly endless synonyms that have been attached to this on going national quandary – raises a few red flags. With the constant bombardment of information, assertions, allegati...
 
 
Legacy at arms length
Dear Editor, The entire Baha Mar debacle – or saga, or any of the seemingly endless synonyms that have been attached to this on going national quandary – raises a few red flags. With the constant bombardment of information, assertions, allegati...
 
 
Move towards the door
Dear Editor, It does not look like the Baha Mar situation is going to work out to the liking of the Christie administration, primarily due to the timing of what seems to many like a hostile takeover. This is the wrong time for that kind of stuff; Cu...
 
 
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