It has been almost a year since I have put pen to paper to write in response to the former Mardi Gras debacle that has now morphed into Bahamas Carnival…
Monthly Archives: May 2014
As a part of the Ministry of National Security’s Shock Treatment program, a group of 22 at-risk boys were recently exposed to several disciplines while touring The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI).
I am stunned that there are proposals for a new House of Assembly and a new prime ministers mansion, things that we simply can’t afford at this time and can do without.
As BahamasB2B suspected and reported several months ago. The National Security Agency (NSA) is indeed recording EVERY single cell phone call in The Bahamas and storing them for one month, according to material confirmed by Edward Snowden.
I think this may be the first time I’ve ever witnessed PLP supporters red-hot mad at the PLP MPs/leadership, and FNM supporters red-hot mad at the FNM MPs/leadership all at the same time!
With crime, squalor and poverty so rampant in his own constituency, how can Bernard Nottage fix his face to request for money for him and his greedy, incompetent parliamentary colleagues?
How can the MP for Farm Road ask for a pay increase when many of his constituents are still relieving themselves in toilet latrines and are living in squalor? Why reward incompetence?
Tessa “Monet” Lightbourne can now boast that she’s an award-winning baker after capturing the inaugural dessert competition in the second annual Bahamas Smokin’ Hot BBQ competition – with a cookie.
The fact is the more a country — especially a small developing country — seeks to avoid confronting such situations honestly, the more corrupt and backward it appears to the rest of the world.