Letters to the Editor

Ja's complicated history of championing social justice

Dear Editor,In celebration of World Day of Social Justice, today February 20, the team here at Equality for All Foundation asks you to think about the theme, 'Workers on the move', and what it may mean for us here in Jamaica. Read More

Reparation movement justified, Dingwall
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97 judges' protest a mischievous, regrettable appendage to Ja's history
Dear Editor,Judges are called “My Lords”, they are not my god. Only God is infallible. Judges err and are not beyond reproach. There is a difference between the rule of law and the rule of judges in a democracy.... Read More

More being said than done in justice
Dear Editor,It has been said that, “When all is said and done, more will always be said than done.”... Read More

Low growth so replace Lee-Chin on EGC

Monday, February, 19 2018    

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US foreign aid to Caricom countries

Monday, February, 19 2018    

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End the road indiscipline with traffic fines

Monday, February, 19 2018    

Dear Editor,I am convinced that only strong enforcement and a ticketing-based system can bring back discipline on our roads. Read More

Bikes add more hazards to travelling J'can roads

Monday, February, 19 2018    

Dear Editor,More and more, bikes on the roads are proving to be nothing but a nuisance. Too many bikers apparently believe they own the roads and are above the law. The fact is, however, they are hazards on the roads. Read More

Reparation movement shooting itself in the foot

Friday, February, 16 2018    

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Remove Malahoo Forte and Sir Patrick; pursue republic

Friday, February, 16 2018    

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Judicial independence and other fictions

Friday, February, 16 2018    

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Democratic Church and State elections?

Thursday, February, 15 2018    

Dear Editor,The basic notion of a democracy (from two Greek roots: demos [people] and krate [rule]) is rulership by a majority of the people, the basic notion of an oligarchy (from two Greek roots: oligos [few] and again krate) is rulership by a few. Read More

We need to protect our heritage

Thursday, February, 15 2018    

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Don't select top cop from outside force

Thursday, February, 15 2018    

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PM Holness can still come away in good standing

Thursday, February, 15 2018    

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