In our Bahamas, today, there is a hardened criminal element who has nothing but contempt for law, order or human suffering, and for whom there is no respect for human life, even the lives of innocent bystanders, and children.
Before a person can be sentenced for murder, he or she has to be convicted first – and this is the critical issue all political leaders are ignoring.
Our Bahamaland is in peril. Criminals continue to wreak havoc on every sector of our society terrorizing victims regardless of who they are or the positions they hold.
Ten fine-art photographic portraits from The Bahamian Collection are currently on display at The Haynes Library in Eleuthera.
The Bahamas Humane Society’s first event of 2014 is the B Humane Banner Launch Campaign Launch Party – Saturday, January 18th, 2014 at Government House.
A writer, going by the name of S3S on the Bahamas Weblog website, outlines some proposals that could solve many of the problems facing The Bahamas, if only he/she could be appointed Prime Minister for one-day.
Is it possible that over the last 25 years we have collectively (as an entire country) looked in all the wrong places for solutions to the crime problem?
Following the Dec. 16th mass shooting at a peace rally in Bain Town, where one man was killed and six people wounded, four more people have died and four others have been injured in a drive-by shooting in Freedom Park, Fox Hill.
We do not all live in the same Bahamas. And while it is wonderful for all of us to feel the joy of Christmas, we are reminded that, that joy is not universal.