In another blast of obnoxious hot air, PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts seems to support the straw vendors in their criminal conspiracy to sell counterfeit merchandise.
What the PLP failed to do years ago could have helped to prevent many of today’s crimes and deter career criminals.
PLP attorney Phillip ‘Brave’ Davis is up to his legal shenanigans again, this time trying to claim title to a house in Lyford Cay that he has no right to claim.
Obie Wilchcombe, Leader of Opposition Business in the House of Assembly, says the Opposition is on board to vote when the government brings the Baha Mar resolution to parliament next week.
Despite plans by corrupt members of the Bahamas legal fraternity to railroad the Travolta trial for the second time, the Bahamas Attorney General says the case will proceed as scheduled.
In keeping with the criminal mentality of the PLP, a member of the Progressive Young Liberals has allegedly been caught stealing from a bank funded programme.
Blogger Larry Smith takes umbrage at an article published in the local press by Phillip Galanis, where Galanis compared Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham with Hitler.
September 8th is D-Day for Baha Mar when parliamentarians will debate and vote on whether to approve 4,920 work permits for Chinese labour to build the $2.6 billion Cable Beach resort complex.
Reportedly a secret $1 million poll conducted by teams of experts hired by the PLP indicates that the FNM is likely to lose 13 seats.