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MINNIS NOR THE FNM READY FOR THE BIG LEAGUES

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis (left) meets United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at UN headquarters in New York yesterday. BIS/YONTALAY BOWE   The people of The Bahamas are entitled to ask whether or not Hubert Minnis, the now Prime Minister, is ready for the big leagues.  He seems to be just having a good […]

BAHAMIANS OBJECT OF RACIAL SLURS IN GEORGIA

Zhivargo Laing, the former Minister of the Government, was the chaperone when it happened.  He reported on his radio show 19 July that while on a field trip with Bahamian young people in Atlanta, Georgia, a white man in their hotel hurled racial abuse at them, telling them to go back to Africa and that […]

FNM PREACHES ETHICS AT THE GUARDIAN (WHAT A JOKE)

There is a saying that when thieves and rogues fall out, honest men come by their just deserts.  Nothing demonstrates this more than the fake row between the Nassau Guardian and Candia Dames on the one hand and Carl Culmer and the dolts who are FNMs.  The FNM wants her fired after the Nassau Guardian […]

ALLYSON MAYNARD GIBSON Q C ON BASIL SANDS

The Editor Nassau, The Bahamas   19 July 2018   Dear Editor,   Illustrious Basil Sands loved God. He was devoted to his God and his Anglican Church, while respecting the many ways in which people express their spirituality. During the Episcopacy of Bishops Eldon and Gomez, Mr. Sands, the Treasurer of the Diocese, who […]

Rupert Roberts: Fascinated About His Workers Sexing Each Other

Sometimes, the newspaper reporting can produce some bizarre stories. Fitting into that category has to be the story in The Tribune of 20 July that Rupert Roberts, the owner of Supervalu is going to stop paying for the health insurance of pregnant women at his establishment because it appears they are having too many babies […]

Archdeacon James Palacious Says Sir Roland No National Hero

While the Government is doubling down in its bad choice of Sir Roland Symonette as a National Hero, the public is having its say.  The Anglican Archdeacon James Palacious told The Tribune on 20 July the following: It’s extremely unfortunate that the first time we are having a shot at these Bahamian awards, it is […]