The PNP's long-standing relationship with fake news

Garfield Higgins | Sunday, May, 21 2017    

When a new saying gets to the land of empty men they lose their heads over it. — Ghanaian proverb I have received several e-mail messages from readers who want me to delve some more into the use of fake news as a... Read More

All in the family — Part 2: The problem and the solution

Al Miller | Sunday, May, 21 2017    

Last week I established the centrality of family to building a strong nation. A nation that desires great success cannot afford to ignore the pillar of family, or the best model of family, for nation-building. The evidence clearly suggests that the quality and... Read More

Hands off Venezuela

Trevor G Brown | Sunday, May, 21 2017    

The Charter of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly's 91st plenary meeting in December 1981, under Article 36/103 titled 'Declaration on the Inadmissibility of Intervention and Interference in the Internal Affairs of States' is very explicit in its language... Read More

'Two coob dat cannot even hold my 12 pigeon'

Lance Neita | Sunday, May, 21 2017    

December 1962 was a chilly month for Jamaica. A cold front was blowing and, unlike the traditional 'Chrismus breeze', it kept people in sweaters and overcoats and most people stayed indoors, including our politicians, who spent an extraordinarily long time that... Read More

OAS compromised by its secretary general

Sir Ronald Sanders | Sunday, May, 21 2017    

The Organisation of American States (OAS) has lost credibility as a multilateral institution capable of contributing to a resolution of the growing conflict in Venezuela. There are two reasons for this. The primary one is the hostile behaviour toward the... Read More

Garvey's children in the Bird's Nest and beyond

BY PAUL BUCHANAN | Sunday, May, 21 2017    

(In continuing to serialise sections of the book Jones Town Trench Town The Journey Back written by former Jamaica cricketer, economist and politician Paul Buchanan, today we look at National Hero Marcus Garvey's description of the power of the Negro race, and the impact that... Read More

What life has taught me — Part 1

Clyde McKenzie | Sunday, May, 21 2017    

I must confess that I led what technically could be described as a double life. No, I was not gay and would not have sought to hide it had I been. I was not engaged in duplicity or was I a part of any cabal or secret society to which I was sworn to silence. I was not a Walter Mitty... Read More

On being a transformational leader

Canute Thompson, PhD | Sunday, May, 21 2017    

Dear Prime Minister Andrew Holness:Congratulations on being inducted into the The University of the West Indies' roll of distinguished graduates. Your induction provides an opportunity for a discussion on your important leadership role, which... Read More

Let's honour fallen police in a National Memorial Arboretum

Franklin Johnston | Friday, May, 19 2017    

From time to time people ask politicians to mark some tragedy or fatal heroism and nothing happens; not because of faint heart, but maybe concern about what to do and how. The recent call by the Police Federation for a monument to fallen police echoes many over... Read More

Where has all this rain come from?

Barbara Gloudon | Friday, May, 19 2017    

NATURE speaks…but do we listen?It would be most interesting to find out how many of us take seriously the subject of the environment. More than likely, the response of many of us would be: Wha dat haffi do wid me? If you really picking argument, go ask one... Read More

The tangible and the intangible

Michael Burke | Thursday, May, 18 2017    

Today is the birthday of Saint John Paul II, who reined as pope between 1978 and 2005, and of Hugh Lawson Shearer who was prime minister of Jamaica from 1967 to 1972. Saint John Paul was born 97 years ago in 1920 and Hugh Shearer was born 94 years ago in 1923. On reflecting on... Read More



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