From The Leader of The Opposition On The Passing of Pastor Ed Allen For Immediate Release 9 December 2018 The PLP is saddened by the news of the passing of Pastor Ed Allen, the founding pastor of Abundant Life Church. His passing marks the end of an era. Our party always appreciated his strong biblical […]
There is an expression from a song in The Bahamas which says: look what you could get when you’re tired of what your gat. That is exactly what is apt now that we look at Hubert Minnis who is our Prime Minister. He is an embarrassment to the country, not because there is anything wrong […]
The Finance Minister Peter Turnquest has taken up the habit of the Acting Financial Secretary Marlon Johnson of answering people on Facebook. Last week, he didn’t like the fact that the Facebook personality Joseph Burrows published a report that his brother had meat that he brought into Freeport taken from him at the harbour by […]
Brian Seymour December 5 at 1:12 PM Minister Pintard: We have a problem. The Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources in Grand Bahama has found an ingenious method through a misreading of the law to expropriate from the residents of Grand Bahama meat products; if, they do not possess a $2.00 permit on their return […]
Remember that great sage Michael Scott, the one who trashed the Prime Minister Hubert Minnis, when he was Leader of the Opposition and said he could not follow him but who is now licking his boots as the Chair of the special purpose vehicle to run the hotel that the FNM Government bought in Grand […]
Senator Fred Mitchell at the annual Christmas tree lighting in Fox Hill 7 December 2018 and the presentation to the survivors of the shootings in Fox Hill 27 December 2018. Plaques of recognition were given to Janet Davis, John Davis, Leroy Taylor, Jermaine Pratt, Benjamin Demeritte, Tunde Davis and Samuel Ferguson Jr.
From The Office Of The Chairman Of The PLP (And Opposition Spokesman on The Public Service) On Public Service Minister’s Attack On The PLP’s Record For Immediate Release 6 December 2018 In an attempt to cover up the bumbling indelicate words of the Secretary of the Cabinet in a recent IDB report which painted the […]
Statement From The Office Of Chairman Of The PLP On Guardian Editorial PLP At 65 Years Old For Immediate Release 6 December 2018 The comments in the editorial of 3rd December by the Nassau Guardian were out of order and lack credibility and enough independent thought. They were offensive and patently false. We continue […]
We agree with James Smith and the PLP should not support the government in passing these measures in the Parliament. The story is excerpted from The Tribune 7 December 2018: The Bahamas will score a “false victory” if it avoids Europe’s latest “blacklist”, a former finance minister argued yesterday, as it represents another step in […]
President Donald Trump of the US with his former lawyer Michael Cohen, the latter now convicted of criminal conduct, in a file photo. The story which continues to unfold drip by drip out of Washington D C is a sordid one. It appears that the President of the United States Donald Trump is involved at […]
You might be forgiven if the ordered world which we have come to expect seems a bit topsy-turvy. Maybe it’s always been this way and what we are experiencing is just a consequence of the information age in which we live so that we are acutely aware of every nuance of what is happening everywhere […]
At the start of last week, the Prime Minister Hubert Minnis held a widely promoted meeting with the Labour Unions. The meeting seemed a little silly the major issues were clear: layoffs at BTC, the Hotel Union’s strike looming at Atlantis and oh yes the Senior Doctors were on strike in the public health facilities. […]
There was a healthy debate in the country (not) about whether or not the stats for murders were 84 or 86. Such is the foolishness about which we argue in this country that is simply awash in too much violence with no end in sight. The police are taking credit for the fact that this […]
Senator Fred Mitchell at the Xmas tree lighting in Georgetown in Exuma with organizer Jen Dames, 4th grader Chester Taylor, seated with MP Chester Cooper and Administrator Preston Cooper, and former MP Anthony Moss 6 December 2018.
MP Picewell Forbes attending the Mangrove Cay District Christmas Carol Service in Little Harbour ,…Thanks to administrator Whelma Colebrooke, Chief Councillor Keith Robinson, local government practitioners, civic and religious leaders.
United Sanitation’s owner and great St Agnes Churchman Henry Dean and his wife Gina celebrated his 60th birthday with a huge party at St John’s College auditorium on 7 December 2018. A great time was had by all. Happy Birthday and congratulations.
Rick Lowe is one of these FNM ideologues who hates the PLP for no explicable reason other than it seems than it is the Black man’s party. He does not have a rational reason for his opposition to the PLP. He supports blindly the FNM even when the policies pursued by the FNM are ruinous […]