Many people in The Bahamas don’t want Fred Mitchell as prime minister mostly because of his attitude and behaviour, not because they think he is gay or because he supports gay rights.
I always find it most amusing when politicians of the same political persuasion criticise their own and then those touched…
On Wednesday, February 19, the Regional Security Office of the United States Embassy hosted the inaugural launch of the U.S. Department of State’s Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) at the U.S. Embassy with participants from New Providence and Grand Bahama.
The country’s decision to implement VAT was not as a result of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) holding a gun to the head of The Bahamas government, Ministry of Finance Consultant Ishmael Lightbourne told dozens of people gathered at the Ministry of Finance’s VAT information forum at Evangelistic Temple recently.
The government has signed a $74,000 deal to produce a life-size statue of the country’s first Prime Minister, Sir Lynden Pindling.
The thing that should be troubling to these members is that their party, which is approximately three years old, has never held a convention to elect its leader.
Some within the PLP believe that Philip “Brave” Davis would make a better prime minister than Perry Christie. Sadly, the record suggests that neither of these gentlemen has a clue about government nor governing.
Tribune editorial highlights the hypocrisy of the PLP who, in the last election, put up billboards criticising the FNM’s handling of crime, but now says crime shouldn’t be politicised.
The home invasion of the Deputy Prime Minister was representative of a new, embarrassing low as our nation becomes engulfed by a bloating culture of violence…