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THE CONTINUED CONFUSION IN THE HOUSE AND SENATE

Confusion had not run its course when the Senate met on Monday 6 July 2020 at 3 p.m. The Senate was supposed to affirm the new proclamation that was executed by the Governor General on 29 June 2020, after the old one lapsed due to the defaults of the Attorney General and his office. But […]

CONFUSION ON FLIGHTS HOME ON BAHAMASAIR

Sandra Moss spoke to The Tribune to complain that while she herself needed nothing, she wondered how other parents could manage with all the complications to return home from the United States where people had been stuck as a result of the restrictions on Bahamians returning home in the face of the Covid 19 crisis. […]

BALL OF CONFUSION WITH THE FNM GOVERNMENT

Last Sunday when the Prime Minister Hubert Minnis addressed the country, he was giving his usual wooden performance, a recitation of statistics about his or that about Covid 19.  Bottom line the situation was worse than the week before. Yet he was going to open up parts of the economy to normal work. It was […]

MINNIS CAUSES CONFUSION ABOUT CORRUPTION

  The Prime Minister Hubert Minnis is doubling down on the nonsense that he has been spinning on a monthly basis about this nation and corruption.  He has been the subject of adverse commentary in this country since the day he was elected and decided to go down to Caricom in Grenada to tell the […]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: POWER SUPPLY CONFUSION IN GRAND BAHAMA

Miguel Taylor writes, best cialis Dear editor, tadalafil last week my letter spoke to several post hurricane issues, particularly as it related to price gouging, and the exigency order that the government implemented. This week rather, if you would permit, I would to express some views on power restoration, particularly on the island of Grand […]