Watch during the course of 2014 for a confluence of contrivances, often by strange political bedfellows, to derail the upward political trajectory of Long Island MP Loretta Butler Turner.
We, the Bahamian people must realise that we cannot continue to borrow more than we are collecting in taxes.
Free National Movement chairman has called into question the Government’s financial priorities in light of its $31.5 million capital injection into Bank of the Bahamas International.
Desmond Bannister says his resignation from the Senate has nothing to do with the Free National Movement or the party’s leader Dr Hubert Minnis.
The Prime Minister looked great on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC as he spoke at the anniversary of the King’s Speech and March. Good for him. But, Bahamians need him to have a voice on matters of national importance right here at home.
The action of the opposition MPs, exclusive of Edison Key, was commendable. It was commendable some years back when a PLP member was ejected from the House and PLP MPs did the same thing. Why is it disgraceful now when the FNMs do it?
The Free National Movement (FNM) is urging the Government of The Bahamas to ensure that visitors and residents are protected against violence.
Perhaps Ingraham knew what he was doing, or maybe it was just something he did, but when the ball begins to roll as we reach the summer months we may have to credit our economic good fortune to a man we voted out of office last year.
We all have seen that the two main political organizations have become bloated and exhausted patronage parties. New voices need to be given a chance to bring forward new ideas and modes of operation in order to help reinvigorate The Bahamas.