Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MPs Dion Smith (Nassau Village), Dr. Andre Rollins (Fort Charlotte) and Gregory Moss (Marco City) all…
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Bahamians of all political and denominational persuasions who hold traditional values near and dear must stand united and oppose Mr Mitchell’s radical secularization agenda before its too late.
The ongoing public spat between Algernon Cargill and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) gets curiouser and curiouser by the day.
I have never witnessed so many Bahamians who are afraid to offer constructive criticism of their own government in a public forum. This never happened under Hubert Ingraham while he was prime minister. Yet PLPs had the temerity to call him a dictator.
Whatever Nottage has accomplished in his lengthy political career means absolutely nothing now to the thousands who watched him on TV ignore the distraught group.
Ever since May 7, there has been one blunder after another due to the poor advice Christie has been receiving from those he has surrounded himself with.
The fact that ministers are now openly and unashamedly stating their pro-gambling views without the slightest fear of any backlash in their congregations is a testament of how spiritually sorry the church in this country is.
For awhile there, I was under the impression that the Christie administration was more interested in pleasing the numbers men than the Christian community and the wider public.
For all intents and purposes, Urban Renewal 2.0 was touted by some as a cure all, a panacea for the murder crisis. Has it lived up to those expectations?