The Bahamas government has failed miserably to uphold its constitutional duty to protect life, liberty, security of the person and the protection of the law for its citizenry.
The Bahamas: Opinions
It will not be enough to have a catchy phrase or patience to wait for something wrong to happen before you make a statement, and the opposition has to make its adjustments now if they want to be seen as viable.
Nassau Guardian Editorial acknowledges that there is anger in inner-city communities towards police. That anger contributed to the riot in Bain Town on Saturday.
The people in the dispute with Arawak Homes are Bahamians, many of whom did nothing wrong but were the victims of a broken system of government.
If we allow developers to destroy our most valuable asset now, which could provide for our yet unborn children, we will have failed in our second responsibility and that is to leave this a better, more productive place than we found it.
I am very pleased by the presence at this meeting of the minister of Higher Education, of the rectors of the universities in Havana, a representative group from the Young Communist League (UJC), chaired by its First Secretary, the provincial leadership and the National Federation of Secondary Education Students.
The Bahamas Commercial Fishers Alliance strenuously object to the approval of the development at Bell Island that includes the dredging of the sea bed in the Exuma Land and Sea Park.
More and more Bahamians are coming to realize that corrupt and/or incompetent judges are the biggest threat to justice in The Bahamas.
Philip Smith offers another of his typically convoluted commentaries, this time on the ever-changing nature of the Baha Mar project.