For too long, Bahamian governments of all political persuasions have been backed into a corner to provide financial assistance for major investments, especially in the area of tourism.
Prime Minister Perry Christie says that Bahamians must still work hard at bridging the differences – political and otherwise – and be able to recognize when to “let go and come together” in a national context.
The leader of the nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan Muhammad sounds like a cry baby and grouch
Dame Marguerite Pindling, who was recently photographed for the Bahamian Project, was sworn-in as Deputy to the Governor-General on March 14.
In many ways, this train called The Bahamas has come to a screeching halt, with many passengers who were unable to brace for impact.
I have been astounded to see how the PLP has already allowed their second chance at rendering good, effective governance to degenerate into one of dishonour…
People who don’t know or care to know what is right cannot do what is right. People who cannot or choose not to make a decision will never make a right (over wrong) decision. Now the combination of both character flaws is leading our country.
At the start of 2013 and approaching the fortieth anniversary of independence, we are beset by arguably the weakest and most incapable leadership at the helm of the major political parties since 1973.
“Believe In The Bahamas” has become one of the most vilified political themes in our society, the use and abuse shines a glaring spotlight on important truths about us as a people.