Some politicians when confronted over their inappropriate and oftentimes brute behavior seek to attack the media for exposing their actions while attempting to justify that which many are frowning upon.
Author Archives: Nassau Guardian
Perry Christie’s ability to appoint voting stalwart councilors at will has made him invincible. These Christie loyalists protect him from any challenge. They protect him from having to listen to or care about the party’s elite.
If we have politicians, who do not pay their taxes, pontificating day after day about the Bahamian people needing to pay more – berating us for negligence – we have a right to know who they are and what they owe.
The long-awaited book charting the later years of Sir Durward Knowles’ fascinating life, ‘Captain of Industry’ has at last reached the bookstores.
We know that Prime Minister Christie’s speeches often sound good. But when all is said and done, more is often said than done.
Reports of child abuse grew by about 18 percent last year compared to 2012, according to statistics released by the Department of Social Services yesterday.
Sir Durward Knowles, 96, will be honored later this year, along with his one-man crew in star class sailing from the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. It’s been 50 years since Sir Durward and the late Cecil Cooke sailed to the country’s first Olympic gold medal, and the most esteemed Bahamian remembers it as if it was just yesterday.
There has been lots of talk about the rights of LGBT people in The Bahamas, yet the discrimination against women – that is written into our flawed constitution – is continuously ignored.
The PLP is intent on going against the people’s vote on web shop gambling. However, to ignore the vote of the people in the referendum is likely to have far-reaching consequences.