The behaviour of many PLP politicians reinforces the notion that the PLP is a party of warped moral values and a skewed moral compass.
“The key to good government is good people in government. Government is like an omelet; it is only as good as the eggs. If you got rotten eggs, you got a rotten omelet. I don’t care how much you pray over that.”
I have a few things to say about that. To begin with, I am not fond of the police commissioner, the governing party or the misfits in the opposition party. They’re all heartlessly ruthless when it comes to the common people who sustain them.
It is unbelievable (and shows true incompetence) that with only four months to go, the government is still figuring out the rules for VAT and has not tabled the final bill yet.
Today, my soul mourns the social, economic and political state of the nation and I must conclude that we have travelled from slavery to slavery. We have to agree that something is drastically wrong in our nation and we must unite to seek an effective remedy.
Despite Labour Minister Shane Gibson’s threats to expose those former and current Opposition Members who are tax delinquent, no one would be surprised to find that nearly all politicians fail to pay their taxes.
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.
The Bahamas Bar Association needs to institute a better system of informing the public of the punishments it orders against lawyers – especially when disbarment is ordered.
I found former PLP senator and Prime Minister Perry Christie’s appointed VAT consultant Ishmael Lightbourne’s self-admission of real property tax…