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Let the artisans and artists live too
Dear Editor, It was my hope that we would all unite just this one time, even though we may have our valuable opinion about how we think the plans, name and confused concept should have been handled better. The fact of the matter is, Bahamas Junkano...
Junkanoo and carnival
Dear Editor, First thing’s first – Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival is over, and it was a rip-roaring success. As happened in Grand Bahama, in Nassau thousands and thousands of people thronged the festival site, hungry for the new experience, and for ...
Disregard for the people
Dear Editor,  House Speaker Dr. Kendal Major’s blocking of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) probe of Urban Renewal was in keeping with the PLP’s culture of secrecy in all matters pertaining to their spending of public funds. The governm...
Look it up, Bradley
Dear Editor, Recently, PLP chairman Bradley Roberts called a Nassau Guardian editorial “intellectually dishonest” for its criticism of his party’s performance in office. He went on to say that while the editor is entitled to his or her own op...
Digicel leaves and we all lose
Dear Editor  Digicel leaves; we lose. What kind of statement is this, you ask? What does “Digi” leaving have to do with “we”, the local consumers, losing? Why shouldn't we be grinning from ear to ear like all of the other interested en...
National Health Insurance and the PLP
Dear Editor, Prime Minister Perry Christie continues to refer to the opposition to his government’s National Health Insurance (NHI) plan as if the naysayers were opposed to universal healthcare as a general principle. Someone should tell him that...
Governance by concealment or bumbling
Dear Editor,  The long-awaited Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was passed almost unanimously by our two houses of Parliament several years ago under the fateful watch of the last Ingraham administration. The FNM lost power before that act cou...
A party for some while the rest suffer
Dear Editor,   The government has shown that if given several million taxpayer dollars and six months, it can throw a grand three-day party for the merry hedonists among us. Unfortunately however, it seems that after three years in office and...
Reparations: Deciding we are worthy
Dear Editor,  Have you ever joined a game of Monopoly that’s already begun? You get your $1,500 and you feel rich. You choose from among the pieces that are left, the one that best represents you (you convince yourself that the shoe or the ir...
Dispute makes Christie ‘uncomfortable’
Dear Editor, Imagine that. Prime Minister Perry Christie is “very uncomfortable” with the dispute between the Melia Resort and the Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union. The prime minister seems to be tiptoeing around the issue of the...
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