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The peculiar case of Hurricane Joaquin
This past week has been one of the most unpredictable and challenging weeks in our country in recent times. Our nation was hit by a category four hurricane and while an assessment of the full impact of the storm is ongoing, there is no doubt that our...
Back to the future
“The crucial challenge is to learn how to read critically, analyze data and formulate ideas – and most of all to enjoy the intellectual adventure enough to be able to do them easily and often.” – Fareed Zakaria Notwithstanding the fu...
Acting in the public interest: Where is the accountability in governance?
Every citizen should have the desire to hold his or her government accountable. After all, the monies the government spends belong to the “people” and it is the will of the people that puts the government into power. The government is likened to...
Policing, politics, crime and the complexities
Quietly, we are seeing parts of the Caribbean’s fractured landscape continue to erode as it looks for a clear path in managing economic decay, politics, crime and policing. Several communities known for their beautiful sunsets beaming off the warm ...
Emperor Christie’s vulgar sense of entitlement
“Vulgar: lacking sophistication or good taste. Synonyms: tasteless, crass, ostentatious, flamboyant.” Prime Minister Perry Christie’s sense of entitlement toward and lustful attempt to maintain power has turned blasphemous: “God plac...
Tourism, education, land and development
The prime ministers say that their job is to make The Bahamas for Bahamians. They will provide jobs, create development and protect the environment while putting the country on an equal footing with all developed nations. Tourism is the vehicle they...
The Pope’s historic visit and a global message
This past week both the Cuban and American television networks and people around the world were consumed by the historic visit of Pope Francis to Cuba and the United States of America. The visit represented the first by Pope Francis and the seventh o...
Bastardizing Westminster – part 2
“When men of intelligence upend, mangle or degrade treasured norms, it demonstrates how precipitous is a country’s decline.” – Front Porch, by Simon, September 17, 2015 Last week we examined the Westminster system of government that we, al...
Climate change, the pope and the Caribbean
In a little over a month’s time, negotiators from around the world will gather in Paris to try to reach a final and globally binding agreement on a new treaty on climate change. It is no exaggeration to say that achieving this is of existential imp...
Tourism and land
We often talk about having development that will provide jobs and give us access to a better life. However, these days, it seems that this is merely a pipe dream. As car jackings pick up pace and murders hit new heights our ‘better life’ vanishe...
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