Hank Johnson was a man possessed. He was upset because Fred Mitchell, the Chairman of the PLP, was in his constituency and sent out a voice note explaining how an MP, unamend, had directed the executives of a foreign company not to stay at a business establishment owned by PLPs and not to eat at […]
This week at a town meeting a fellow from Abaco, an Abaco conchy joe, got up in a meeting in Nassau to say that things were not going well for recovery in Abaco. He told the story about how a foreign charity had asked for a meeting with the government and the charity was told […]
So Madam Comptroller don’t call your customers dumb, how about simply redesigning the system to make it easier.
When you see this picture of Leslie Burrows and you saw him as he moved about Freeport, you would not believe that the Freeport personality was the same man. When he descended upon the students of St Augustine’s College in Nassau in 1968, 1969 or thereabouts, he was a cause celebre. He was hired a […]
This statement appeared on Facebook by the Opposition’s Shadow Minister of Transport . She was responding to the Minister of Transport Renward Wells who was patting himself and the government on the back for their so called accomplishments, one of them the corrupt deal to put the post office in the Town Centre Mall owned […]
There is a homosexual slur that goes around town which folk use to discredit public officials and that is having young men working for and with you who wear tight pants in the public mix. The fact is it’s the fashion and wearing tight pants and straight leg trousers has nothing to with sexuality. But […]
That Marvin Dames is a political nitwit and an insensitive twit, the world knows it. The part that they do not know is that he is a spendthrift. Last year he signed a two million dollars contract to install something called shot spotter technology which was supposed to spot gunshots in the town and stop […]
Candia Dames, the Managing Editor of The Nassau Guardian was forced to send out a note denying that she had posted a note on Facebook saying that the expected 1400 dollar lump sum payment due for public servants on Friday 20 December 2019 would not be paid. Turns out someone had photoshopped her image from […]
Thirty four year old Byron Ferguson who went down last year 8 November 2018 in a plane crash off the western coast of New Providence and whose body was never found is almost certainly dead. The report on the accident by the Bahamian authorities was released last week on Monday 16 December 2019. The report […]
Opposition Leader Hon. Philip Brave Davis at wedding celebration of Dr Myron and Whitney Rolle. Dr. Rolle is a Neurosurgeon, Harvard Rhodes Scholar Oxford trained, former NFL player and young BAHAMIAN.
Last week the Cabinet of The Bahamas went to lunch with the Governor General C A Smith. The Opposition was invited to lunch as is the tradition on Wednesday 18 December 2019. Only at the last minute Government House called in to say it was off because the House of Assembly had decided to hold […]
This week Barry Griffin, the National Vice Chair of the Progressive Liberal Party, spoke at the Fox Hill Branch of the PLP on Wednesday 18 December 2019. He said as he reviewed the events of the past year politically that he believed that 2019 was a year of reckoning for the PLP, the FNM and […]
The press in The Bahamas has reported that the Charge D’Affairs of the Haitian Embassy Darlier Dorval has been pulled from The Bahamas and sent to Chile. Mr. Dorval is a well known figure in The Bahamas and the reason he was sent here was to clean up the mess that unfolded at the Embassy […]