On March 19, the Nassau Institute will feature a presentation and perspective from Dr. Tibor Machan of Chapman University on the topic: Ayn Rand and the Right to Liberty.
For the third consecutive year, local non-profit organization Baark! (Bahamas Alliance for Animal Rights and Kindness) joined in with hundreds of Spay Day events around the world during the month of February.
Except for births to unwed mothers and Haitian women, the birth rate in the Bahamas has fallen dramatically.
The Department of Statistics has released its Births Report for the period 1970 to 2010. An interesting section of the report relates to illegitimacy – that is, children born to unmarried mothers.
The Department of Statistics has released its Births Report for The Bahamas – an analyses of the reproductive trends and patterns for the country over a forty year period.
Just like when you see Americans sing their National Anthem and pledge their allegiance, the pride they have for their country, that’s how it should be with The Bahamians, but sad to say, it is not.
The Bahamas Humane Society (BHS) had a remarkable turnout for Saturday’s BHumane Banner Launch party at Government House. The next Bahamas Humane Society event is Animal Fun Day.
The 70th annual Red Cross Fair will be held on March 3, 2012 in the lower gardens of Government House Grounds.
Ingraham expressed deep concerns about the societal problems facing the nation… increasing levels of crime and violence and the blighted path of the nation’s youth.