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Without question, centralized government is at the core of our political malaise. It is evident all around us. The neglect we find in the Family Islands, communities strewn with litter, public spaces left unattended for months or longer and the blight derelict buildings and vehicles create in our neighborhoods are all

A tough sell

In response to Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis’ premature declaration at a town hall meeting turned rally on January 22

Peter ain’t no better than Paul 

We awoke early yesterday to a Facebook post from Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands highlighting the appalling and unfortunate

Desperate plight

Pleasant Dawkins is living in the shell of her Dundas Town home on Abaco. It has no windows, the roof leaks,

 Life in a tent

Five months after Hurricane Dorian robbed Beverly Sawyer of her home and way of life, the 55-year-old is fighting to

Shooting themselves in the foot 

Much has been said already about the recent public event that was advertised by the government as a town hall

The wrong signals

In the belt-tightening environment we are currently in, the Cabinet’s decision to increase travel benefits for ministers and their spouses

How do we legalize weed in The Bahamas?

The government appears to be on track to legalize marijuana for medical and recreational use in The Bahamas. After years of

Falling for it

In an election campaign, there is a whole lot said to woo the electorate and demonize opponents, but in government