It’s a crying shame that only last week, after a public outcry at a town meeting, was a February 20, 2014, Black and Veatch International report chronicling a hazardous gas leak in Marathon released.
The Bahamas: Opinions
The suspension of all manner of reason at the altar of political correctness appears to be the order of the day these days, particularly when we see the Auditor General being thrown under a bus for a report that is not glowing about the political class.
Last Thursday, The Tribune published a letter signed off as being written by “residents of Long Island”.
From the moment Agriculture and Marine Resources Minister V. Alfred Gray offered the Mayaguana Island Administrator certain advice about a criminal case involving a constituent, he breached a wall of separation between the Executive and the Judiciary.
This weekend, I was chatting with a few immigration officers who told me that I would be surprised at the numbers of sham marriages of convenience happening in this country.
Without doubt, Long Island must be home to some of the worst, most unprofessional police officers in the Bahamas.
Daily, I’m becoming more and more convinced that we live in a banana republic or are fast descending into becoming one.
The entire selection process for Queen’s Counsel (QC) should be fundamentally reformed.
Even if a minister has received a pass grade during these three weeks of the Cabinet Report, note that I will be watching closely and therefore they could either improve or be on a downgrade watch.