Tag: editorial

Baha Mar Rising

Driving west on New Providence it is hard not to be amazed by the giant of a resort rising to the sky. Baha Mar, which...

Gambling on Human Life

How can The Bahamas, a country with a recognized undereducated workforce and deficiency of doctors, think it can sufficiently regulate stem cell research and treatment...

A Strong Response To Mischief

Recently, an unknown individual stole a machine used on the new Airport Gateway project and dug up nearly two miles of newly paved road. Police...

Receiving Your People

Prime Minister Perry Christie recently said that The Bahamas needs additional help from the U.S. to effectively deal with criminal deportees from that country....

Lawlessness In The Bahamas

According to the politicians, crime is down. However, lawlessness is up. Over the last few weeks, a number of tragedies have occurred in paradise, yet...

Christie Snubs Constitutional Commission

By not showing up at the Commission after being scheduled to and then canceling, Prime Minister Perry Christie appears disorganized and dismissive of the important...

Vagrancy in Nassau

Vagrants tend to congregate downtown and engage in irrational, obscene and offensive behavior. Most are either mentally ill or have substance abuse problems. When they...

Misguided Help At BEC

The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has its plan to reconnect people who can't pay their Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) bills. The PLP seems undeterred by...

Does Hard Work Really Pay Off?

For some students, this is their last term in Primary School, while others will be saying good-bye to their institution and looking forward to the...