The Bahamas government continues to work with Communist Cuba to stall the trial of the abusive guards who beat and tortured Cuban refugees at the Detention Centre.
If the PLP proceeds with its private lottery scheme, history will record that this betrayal of the common good by private greed was led by Perry Gladstone Christie and the New Guard oligarchs.
Over and over again, the media casts our crime problem in a broad, amorphous context, instead of focusing society’s attention on where it belongs: the courts.
I have noticed a slant in Candia Dames’ reporting and opinion pieces over the past year that all seem meant to provoke some commentary by the former prime minister, drawing him back into national discourse.
In The Bahamas, you don’t really ever have to do anything you say you’ll do. All you have to do is issue a “press release” and then the ignorant masses forget about whatever it was that was supposed to happen.
Those who view the criticism of persons who hold “high public office,” as disrespecting the institutions of the country or even the country itself, are traitors to the Bahamian people and are not friends of democracy.
The insubordinate cop and corrupt politician who are responsible for the wedding in the police station, in direct violation of the Commissioner’s orders, should be dealt with swiftly and harshly.
Opposition Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday Prime Minister Perry Christie “embarrassed” himself and the nation when he said Bahamians should “line up and come to him for advice”.
An accomplice of the illegal numbers racketeers admits that web shop kingpins have issued over $100 million in illegal mortgages, jeopardizing the commercial banking industry.