The case that Fred Smith Q C and his phony environmentalist have brought to court to try to stop oil drilling in The Bahamas continued last week in front of a Bahamian judge. Mr. Smith asked for an adjournment, he said, that as a result of that hang gliding accident that happened upon him in […]
The Bahamas Government has said that the subsidy for food for the poor will end on 31st March 2021. So they must know something we must not know. Like what we know is the Atlantis Hotel is announcing that it is closing down again after opening at Christmas. What do these people expect to happen […]
So the people of Abaco are some 15 months out from Hurricane Dorian and the most devastating hurricane of all time for The Bahamas. The Government provide certain tax exemptions. One of them was VAT tax. They have decided they need to money so they have started to collect the tax again as of 1 […]
This is a sample of the reaction to the campaign of the FNM to stick the arrest of Peter Nygard, the former resident of Lyford Cay, for sex trafficking on the PLP. With bread and butter issues to deal with, no one is interested in the Peter Nygard story. But the FNM and their foreign […]
Since Ashton Greenslade became the Head Police Officer in Grand Bahama, Freeport has become a police state, with street corners with men with guns checking identifications and masks and interfering with people on their way to church in the night. The latest is the young man’s picture that you see Shervin Tillach date of birth […]
The Minister of National Security Marvin Dames announced last week that 147 people in Her Majesty’s Prison had been granted clemency. The Minister says we should not be worried about any of them being a danger to society. Under Article 90 of the Constitution, the Minister of National Security has the say over who goes […]
Well he was a friend and colleague to many at ZNS where has been working since 1978 or so. Senator Fred Mitchell recalled working with him in that last year that he himself worked at the Broadcasting Corporation. He was friendly and helpful. In the latter years of his career, he worked at the Parliamentary […]
They say this shot is the beginning of her slow climb back into public life. We think that ship has sailed but it certainly is an engaging, well crafted photo to mark her wedding anniversary with her husband Edward and their children Elizabeth and Edward III and the dogs.
Donald Trump lost the general election in the United States on 2 November 2020. Yet, to this very day he and his allies, that craven bunch who sit in the halls of the U S legislature under the label Republicans, persist with nonsense about his winning the election. The swearing in of the newly elected […]
This was the Christmas greeting from National Vice Chair of the PLP Terence Bethel by Tuesday 30 December 2020, he was dead. The following statement was issued by the Leader of the Progressive Liberal Party Philip Brave Davis: Statement of condolences by the Hon. Philip Brave Davis, Leader of the Progressive Liberal Party On the […]
Statement From the Chairman of the Progress Liberal PartyOn The Death of Terence BethelFor Immediate Release 30 December 2020 I regret to confirm the death and passing of our friend and brother PLP National Vice Chairman Terence Bethel. This is stunning, shattering and sad. He was a pillar of strength to the PLP. One day […]
PLP Headquarters in Grand Bahama on East Sunrise Highway will be abuzz with activity when the Chairman of the Candidates Committee of the PLP and his colleagues journey to Freeport, Grand Bahama to interview the aspirants who are interested in office in running for office for the PLP in Grand Bahama. The dates Monday 4 […]
The Government plans to make Nicole Campbell, the Secretary of the Cabinet. Well let’s put it this way, anyone except the one who was there named Camille Johnson. What a disaster she was: partisan and not terribly competent.
Imagine the Minister of National Security Marvin Dames boasting about 79 homicides in 2020 at a time of national lockdown. What would the figure have been if he did not have us all locked up in our houses at night? These FNM people are shameless.
The Government sent out an announcement late on Friday 1 January 2021 that they were extending the deadline. The bungling of the implementation of this law is another example of the insensitivity and clumsiness of the management of public policy by the FNM. Here is the statement of Senator Fred Mitchell on the subject: 31 […]
PLP Chairman Fred Mitchell in his New Year’s statement told people to be wary of FNMs pretending to be PLP by saying to us that they are willing to vote PLP but they aren’t “feeling Brave”. He told them that if they don’t feel Brave they will feel Minnis with one foot kicking them in […]
31 December 2020 The Chairman of the PLP Senator Fred Mitchell issued this statement in response to the latest attack by the FNM on the Leader of the PLP, who criticized the FNM for bungling the orders on Christmas day which stopped Bahamians from going into restaurants: In reading the FNM’s latest mindless statement, I […]
The FNM has been circulating a video with the man in the picture who they are crowing to the rafters about as a former PLP, now FNM. This is the same fellow who not six weeks ago, he was slamming an FNM MP for being hopeless. There is plenty parking space up there in that […]
Some white Bahamian business people who live in Peter Turnquest’s East Grand Bahama constituency were all exercised a couple of weeks ago about the way Hubert Minnis is running the Government that they were for the first time considering, they said, a vote for the PLP. We all know that because of racism, they could […]
Merceline Dahl Regis M D So the first thing is you want to congratulate all those who got these British honours from the Queen on the 31st December 2020. So this comment is not about their service but about the silliness of these British honours. Amongst them is Merceline Dahl Regis who saved the backside […]
Despite being warned by the PLP that what he is doing is inappropriate, indeed maybe unlawful, Hubert Minnis continues to double down with these political visits to the police stations in New Providence. This is designed it seems to further strengthen the police state that he is trying to build. On Christmas Day, he told […]