Illegal immigration is an emotive issue in this country and for far too long we have struggled with it, we have not found a way to effectively address it.
The Bahamas: Opinions
Firstly, let me sincerely express kudos to the Christie administration for introducing a compendium of Bills meant to eliminate all forms of gender inequality and discrimination that has for far too long been representative of some of the most discomposing blemishes in our Constitution.
Yesterday I had a most unforgettable, horrendous and downright hellish experience at the new Customs Offices at the Arawak Cay Container Port.
Something stinks about the government’s new deal with Renew Bahamas concerning the New Providence landfill, the secrecy surrounding their arrangement and the fact no public tender or Request for Proposal (RFP) for the landfill was ever issued.
I’m a young Bahamian and I have enough sense to know that for anything to be solid and have a high potential for success, you need a combination of experience and wisdom possessed by older persons as well as new energy and new ideas possessed by younger persons.
The celebration of Independence Day has come to represent the essence of what it means to be Bahamian, with expressions of culture, patriotism and reflections on our national history permeating the atmosphere whilst also serving as an occasion for reconnecting with families and friends.
On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I congratulate the people of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas on your 41st anniversary of independence.
While some lies by politicians are almost too stupid to be worth responding to, what the country needs to understand about the consistent lies government Ministers are telling on the number of jobs they’ve created, is that those lies discredit the work of the Department of Statistics.
Let’s be real, the US State Department’s 2014 Investment Report on the Bahamas is damning, condemnatory and a downright indictment of the state of affairs in this country.