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Human trafficking: The curse of modern civilization?
The most brazen and notorious crime of modern civilization is human trafficking. It is the brutal curse of human society. It is the loud roar of a speechless obloquy. It is a gross infringement of human rights and dignity, yet human trafficking conti...
 
 
Between independence or disappearance: The Organization of American States – part 1
On December 12, 2014, the permanent council of the Organization of American States (OAS) decided that a new Secretary General and Assistant Secretary General are to be elected on March 18, 2015. This will be the first time that these elections will b...
 
 
The horrendous disaster of Dr. Hubert Minnis
In the estimation of a veteran political observer, echoing a chorus of public outrage, “The country is going to hell.” To many, if not most, the Christie administration is a basket case of wheeling and dealing and questionable contracts; gross in...
 
 
Unlocking the Caribbean’s energy potential
Energy security is at the top of the agenda for Caribbean leaders and it has been for some time. With an average cost of electricity four times higher than in rich nations such as the United States, high energy costs are not only a daily hardship fo...
 
 
The masked Bahamians
One of the famous quotes attributed to Oscar Wilde is: “Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask and he will tell you the truth.” This quotation is consistent with the notion that the truth is bitter even though the B...
 
 
Defending our own – part 1
“When I tell the truth, it is not for the sake of convincing those who do not know it, but for the sake of defending those that do.”– William Blake For more than a year now, Bahamians from various walks of life, especially those in opposition ...
 
 
Advice to the youth
Having both a mother and a father who lived beyond their centenary, I can, without being presumptuous, offer some advice to the youth so their lives can be long and rewarding.   Be reverent to God, to the family and to the nation Some people ...
 
 
The oil is falling, the oil is falling!
Oil prices are dropping dramatically. Something that consumers have been waiting on: lower prices at the pump in addition to lower energy costs. But, the recent drop in oil prices has been met with fears and concerns by financial and economic pundit...
 
 
More on race and politics and the Ryan Pinder affair
The PLP went to extraordinary lengths to have former Financial Services Minister Ryan Pinder as the party’s candidate in the 2010 Elizabeth by-election, bypassing other potential nominees, including the grandson of Sir Milo Butler, in order to fetc...
 
 
Obama administration’s new Cuba policies
This week, the Obama administration began instituting new policies regarding travel, trade, and commerce between Cuba and the United States. Following over 50 years of staunchly regressive policies regarding the Cuban Republic, these changes are now ...
 
 
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