You woke up this morning, not that you really wanted to. It’s another day, and already you’re exhausted without rolling over yet. Sure the sun is shining outside, but all you see is gray.
Author Archives: Sharon Turner
Since the start of the current administration’s term in office, a preponderance of unanswered questions continues to mount. Here are 50 questions that need to be answered by government…
Bahamians now thrust onto the unemployment line walked to their Office of the Prime Minister, and what did the Prime Minister do? Order that the police stop them from being able to access the office.
Generally speaking, we as Bahamians do not honor the rule of law, we honor the rule of man – we will support or extol anyone we perceive to be doing something to benefit us personally, whether or not it is lawful.
It is not possible for The Bahamas to tackle and beat the scourge of crime if crime in any form is being purported and indeed exalted as untouchable.
Bahamians believe they have been both misled and ensnared by our Prime Minister. The question now is, what will we the people do about it?
The relatively low turnout is a defeat for the government, because it means the government failed to convince the Bahamian people of several key things.
“Believe In The Bahamas” has become one of the most vilified political themes in our society, the use and abuse shines a glaring spotlight on important truths about us as a people.
How can South Africans advise us on numbers when the numbers business is illegal in South Africa? Clearly this makes no sense.