On Donald Trump

The fight for the nomination, the right to run for President of the United States, got really ugly last week on the public platform what with Senator Marco Rubio of the Republicans, calling their front runner Donald Trump, the billionaire, a fraud and a phony.  This was followed up with the comment that Donald Trump had […]

Mitchell On Cubans At Large and Baroness Scotland

NASSAU, The Bahamas – Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration the Hon. Frederick Mitchell held a press conference on Monday, February 29, at the Department of Immigration to state the Government’s position and address material inaccuracies within several Foreign Affairs and Immigration matters that are topics of discussion in the public domain.Minister Mitchell told the […]

Roman Catholic Archbishop Supports The Bills

Nassau, Bahamas – The following is a statement by the Most Reverend Patrick C. Pinder, STD, CMG, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Nassau, Constitutional Commission: As the Parliament of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas votes to amend the Constitution of The Bahamas in order to achieve gender equality, I wish to express my prayerful support and […]

The Case Of The Small Hands And The Small Penis

Larry Smith, Looking like an Apartheid era settler    Adrian Gibson An unnatural infatuation    Lincoln Bain- pretty wife what’s his issue? The US Presidential election politics has now made it ok it seems to discuss the size of penises in the public domain.  Senator Marco Rubio intimated that Donald Trump has a small penis because […]

THIS WEEK CONTINUED…

Mitchell address a myriad of immigration concerns Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration the Hon. Frederick Mitchell held a press conference on Monday, February 29, at the Department of Immigration to state the Government’s position and address material inaccuracies within several Foreign Affairs and Immigration matters that are topics of discussion in the public domain.  […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (25 FEB. TO 4 MARCH)

This day in Parliament – Four Gender Equality Bills passed by the House History was made in The Bahamas today, Wednesday 2nd March, as Parliament passed four amendments to the country’s 1973 independence constitution, effectively removing the remaining vestiges of discrimination against all Bahamians from the country’s Supreme Law. On hand for the vote were 37 […]

THE VOTE

The Cabinet walks over to the House on 2 March to vote yes   D’Asente Beneby, for Young Liberals Chair supports the yes campaign on 2 March in the Public Square  A supporter of the yes campaign with her daughter on 2nd March in the pubic square The full range of demonstrators in the Public Square  […]