What is most prominent is the question, can Baha Mar be trusted? We do not think so, the facts suggest, as we say “we have been swung” and we would add, in the worse possible way.
The Bahamas: Opinions
Bahamas pundit Larry Smith looks at the other side of China and it’s not a pretty picture.
Any minister can put on Immigration Fatigues and go out catching Haitians. Loftus Roker and Shane Gibson were both like this. Did that mean they should be leader?
To understand the potentially colossal mistake the PLP made in handing over the redevelopment of Cable Beach to Baha Mar, some historical background is necessary.
Educational reform advocate, Ralph Massey writes an open letter to the Minister of Education, calling on him to reconsider his rejection of proposed reforms.
Brave Davis wonders why seven miles of a four-lane highway, built by the Chinese, should cost $10,000,000 per mile.
Blogger Rick Lowe tells why the Bahamas needs a Parliamentary Code of Conduct Bill and a Freedom of Information Act.
An expert in the field has stated that an inescapable systemic crisis has been created in the United States, which the U.S. is trying to resolve by employing the same measures that caused it.
Could the PLP be correct in saying that the Bahamas government is complicit in the trafficking of counterfeit goods?