Just when you thought you’ve seen it all, the PLP shows you they can be even more corrupt than you ever imagined.
The motorcycle-riding scofflaws who terrorize residents of Cable Beach every Sunday night apparently have a pass from the Police to continue to break the law and make a ruckus.
Perry Christie is quickly developing a legacy of lies, deception and broken promises as he now schemes to go against the thousands of Bahamians who voted NO to legalizing web shops.
Four Defence Force officers along with two other men were arrested when one of the officers was found to be in possession of $50,000 of suspected cocaine at the Freeport airport.
Fleming and Dunmore Street residents are alarmed and fearful over ongoing rival gang wars. A shootout Tuesday morning is the latest of many turf wars.
After three days of illegal demonstrations, the Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) leaders are singing a new tune. Now, the monkeys who run the union are apologizing for calling BEC Chairman Leslie Miller a “dog”.
The government, led by Prime Minister Perry Christie, is clearly determined to win the Coopers Town by-election through fear and intimidation. Clearly he and his government have no respect for our democracy.
Arrest warrants were issued for three men out on bail who failed to show up for court. The men are accused of attempted murder. No one could explain their absence or track them down.
If Mr Christie were sincere about women’s rights, he would hold a referendum to correct the discrimination against women in our flawed consitution, BEFORE he holds a referendum on gambling.