Fred Mitchell’s dedication to promoting human rights does not appear to extend to the rights of women.
There are too many honest, hardworking, loyal and dedicated men and women in the RBPF who will be looked at with a jaundiced eye by members of the public for deeds committed by a few bad apples.
It is now time for society to heal itself and demand higher standards. If not, crime will continue to grow apace – and society can only look to itself to find the culprit.
National Overseer of the Church of God of Prophecy Bishop Franklin Ferguson warned yesterday that the country is in danger of becoming the “Wild, Wild West” if the crime rate continues to increase.
The Bahamas Crisis Centre has rejected the $1,000 donation Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller offered amidst the controversy surrounding his comments in the House of Assembly that he used to beat an ex-girlfriend.
There has been lots of talk about the rights of LGBT people in The Bahamas, yet the discrimination against women – that is written into our flawed constitution – is continuously ignored.
The Bahamas Humane Society will be at the Bahamas Kennel Club Dog Show on Saturday, March 15th and Sunday, March 16th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. both days.
“The key to good government is good people in government. Government is like an omelet; it is only as good as the eggs. If you got rotten eggs, you got a rotten omelet. I don’t care how much you pray over that.”
Ed Moxey talks with Rupert Missick at the Tribune about the drug years in The Bahamas, a dark time for which we are still paying the price.