I heard Mr. Christie trying to take more cheap political digs at the FNM, yet again. Isn’t this getting a bit stale and boring now?
The fact is the more a country — especially a small developing country — seeks to avoid confronting such situations honestly, the more corrupt and backward it appears to the rest of the world.
Ridiculously light sentences for serious abuse crimes continue to communicate that we as a country are not serious about addressing violence in general and domestic violence in particular.
Some politicians when confronted over their inappropriate and oftentimes brute behavior seek to attack the media for exposing their actions while attempting to justify that which many are frowning upon.
The Bahamas Crisis Centre has rejected the $1,000 donation Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller offered amidst the controversy surrounding his comments in the House of Assembly that he used to beat an ex-girlfriend.
Leslie Miller has crossed the line of parliamentary decency and should be made to step down. He has disrespected every Bahamian woman with his sick statement that he beat a former girlfriend to the point where his hand hurt.
We find it absolutely unacceptable and inexcusable that an MP would boldly make statements about abuse enacted against a former partner. It is further injurious to laugh about such a thing and encourage others to do the same.
Police abuse, detainee abuse and witness intimidation were once again listed as serious human rights issues in The Bahamas, according to a newly released human rights report from the US State Department.
This industry is destructive to wild marine mammals. The Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin does not thrive in captivity as the captive facilities would like to have you believe. If they did, then there would be no need for wild captures.