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.
Police found four bodies beneath a pile of burned tires, but in what appears to be an attempt to keep crime statistics down, they refuse to categorize the deaths as murder.
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”.
Bernard Nottage’s morals and ethics seem to be so out of whack, it makes one wonder if he shouldn’t resign and get out of politics altogether.
Bahamas Press reports that locksmiths representing First Caribbean Bank International showed up the other day at Lightbourne’s palatial beachfront home out west to change the locks on his property.
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Darron Cash said yesterday that Prime Minister Perry Christie should be held responsible for the Bank of The Bahamas’ (BOB) financial loss in 2013.
We must admit that this nation has systemically sown seeds of corruption that have flourished murderously, menacingly, threatening our national lifeblood.
Just a few weeks ago, Paul McWeeney, Managing Director at Bank of The Bahamas, threatened to sue the PUNCH newspaper for reporting that the bank was in serious financial trouble. Turns out the paper was right.
This past week our Government announced its plans for an Official Residence for the Prime minister. We, the public, will…