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Transparency and the COB presidential search
Dear Editor, Kindly permit me space to express thoughts on a troubling issue. The terms “transparency” and “Freedom of Information Act” have been much tossed about by politicians and various prominent figures in recent times. Quite naturall...
 
 
A particularly good week
Dear Editor, Please allow me the space to share with your readers why this was a particularly good week for The Bahamas. The prime minister The week started off with the reported trip to New York City by Prime Minister Christie and his delegation ...
 
 
Time for Wells to speak up
Dear Editor, On the surface of things, it looks as if Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works Renward Wells signed something he shouldn’t have. Now the government is asking for his resignation. This week, Wells has said he is prepared to...
 
 
The DNA has a chance to further cripple the FNM
Dear Editor, The splinter group that Hubert Ingraham and all the former Free National Movement (FNM) members of Parliament laughed at in Parliament when Ingraham mocked then Bamboo Town representative Branville McCartney has a rare political opportu...
 
 
The PLP's love affair with labor is on the rocks
Dear Editor, The Trade Union Congress (TUC) has renewed its threat to organize a mass strike in response to what TUC President Obie Ferguson said was a fundamental lack of "respect" on the part of government. The labor leader said his 15,000-member...
 
 
Hamilton's anti-American tirade could have strained relations between The Bahamas and the U.S.
Dear Editor, House Speaker Dr. Kendal Major probably saved The Bahamas from any severe reprisal it might have received from the government of President Barack Obama and the United States Congress when he brought to an abrupt end the reckless anti-Am...
 
 
The FNM has a gem in Duane Sands
Dear Editor, Dr. Duane Sands is a man after my own heart. He has demonstrated a care for people – both Bahamians and folks in wider society – that is becoming increasingly evident by his talk show and media appearances. Quite honestly, Sands is...
 
 
Will the prime minister please stand up?
Dear Editor, On May 8, 2012 Perry Gladstone Christie was sworn in as the fifth prime minister of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. The ceremony was held at Government House under the patronage of then Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes. After Chris...
 
 
Well done Greg Moss
Dear Editor, Marco City MP Greg Moss has done well in defending his right to speak his own mind in Parliament. Moss suffered attacks by members of his own Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) for saying he did not support the introduction of value-added...
 
 
Political gimmick – pitting Bahamians against each other on the basis of age
Dear Editor, I'm a young Bahamian. I'm 37 years old, and I have enough sense to know that for anything to be solid and have a high potential for success, you need a combination of experience and wisdom possessed by older persons as well as new energ...
 
 
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