A poem by Dennis Dames
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I received a telephone call from my father today. He is a retired Assistant Superintendent (ASP) of the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF).
I was awfully disappointed in service at Scotiabank’s Bay Street Branch, where I was harassed by your security officer at the door and a young male customer service representative; who insisted that I will only be served if I took my hat off.
We, the Bahamian people must realise that we cannot continue to borrow more than we are collecting in taxes.
I have read The Nassau Guardian article entitled: “Minnis blasts government on VAT”. I have some questions for Doctor Minnis…
We, the Bahamian people must realize that we cannot continue to borrow more than we are collecting in taxes.
It’s on the move, and no one knows for certain the extent of the Cane Toad’s invasion on New Providence Island. The toxic creature is no longer confined to the Lyford Cay area.
The negative and agonizing impact of crime in our country can be felt throughout the archipelago, and – it is the number one subject among residents. The solution to it is found among us.
We lack spirituality and respect for God and man in The Bahamas; so, our future and our children’s tomorrow become darker and dimmer with each new murder and other sinful deeds.