Wednesday, Feb 19, 2020
Becoming a more orderly society

If you ask a group of Bahamians to come to discuss an issue at a meeting at a place at

Unfriendly environmental behaviors persist

Last year, we experienced the worst hurricane in recorded history. Sea surges inundated flood-prone areas as well as areas never before

Love is what we need

Upon reciting the nation’s pledge of allegiance, have you ever considered the significance of the phrase “one people, united in

More questions than answers

Given the level of planned borrowing in the current fiscal period, the impact of Hurricane Dorian and the needs of

We still have a long way to go

The battle for the 2022 general election heightened Monday as the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) held its first rally following

Govt should find courage to address marital rape issue 

It should be illegal to rape your spouse. In The Bahamas, we have not fully criminalized marital rape, however. Under the

The proven model for personal success

The following article was originally published on August 17, 2018. “If you really look closely, most overnight successes took a long

Consider This | They just fade away!

“Old soldiers never die. They just fade away.” — General Douglas MacArthur General Douglas MacArthur was born in Little Rock, Arkansas,

Front Porch | Redemption songs, songs of freedom

Last week, there were international celebrations commemorating the 75th birthday of the brilliant Jamaican and Caribbean singer, poet and lyricist

Focus | Three things that troubled me about election campaigns

In 1996 I was in Washington, D.C., where I worked in the Bahamas Embassy as an economic attaché while simultaneously

Hypocrisy: the mother of all evil

Jesus the Christ, the God-made man who came on earth to redeem humanity, hated the hypocrites. In Matthew 6, he

With honor and dignity

“We have tolerance, respect and equality in our written laws but not in the hearts of some of our people.”

The police need the public’s support

Dear Editor, Can you imagine going to work each day and not being sure you’ll survive your shift and see your

Why racism harms everyone

Dear Editor, It is sickening to see such great discord and division in entire communities and countries, all because of simple

The greater good

Dear Editor, Navigating through life can be a very simple process, but we human beings, although positioned at the top of

Patricia Deveaux whitewashes history

Dear Editor, The spinning sound we heard this week was not a carnival ride, rather the late patriot and statesman Sir

Small island countries in the world’s oceans are threatened with extinction from sea level rise

Dear Editor, Throughout the world’s vast oceans, small island countries from Jamaica in the Caribbean to Fiji in the South Pacific

On colorism: a love for light skinned, curly hair people 

Dear Editor, Earlier this week, during the PLP’s rally, Patricia Deveaux introduced Senator Dr. Michael Darville with specific language. Her words used,