Letters to the Editor - Jamaicans on Issues, Politics & Human Rights - Jamaica Observer - Letters to the Editor - JamaicaObserver.com

Letters to the Editor

Zimbabweans will not be celebrating the new year

Wednesday, December, 30 2020    

Dear Editor,It is painful that many of Zimbabwe's educated and many graduates have become vendors in the streets of cities and towns of the country because they want to afford to buy rice and chicken as economic conditions worsens. Read More

'Butchered goat optimism' — a spiritual perspective

Tuesday, December, 29 2020    

Dear Editor, Read More

Andrew Holness is the 'man of the year'

Tuesday, December, 29 2020    

Dear Editor,Prime Minister Andrew Holness is the man of 2020, in my humble opinion.His leadership in terms of the novel coronavirus pandemic is world-class and should be studied whenever Jamaica faces an incident like this again. Read More

The reasons we have poor roads

Tuesday, December, 29 2020    

Dear Editor,Let's see if you agree with the following reasons which I submit are responsible for the country's substandard road construction.1) Award of road contracts which may have political affiliation as the consideration. Read More

A way to end corruption

Tuesday, December, 29 2020    

Dear Editor, Read More

Incomplete Independence

Monday, December, 28 2020    

Dear Editor,Recently, I came to the realisation that I don't see much in why a grand gala is kept every August 6 celebrating our Independence. Henceforth, I refrain from celebrating it. Read More

More protection for the vulnerable

Monday, December, 28 2020    

Dear Editor,The Combined Disabilities Association is extremely angered by the gruesome attack on 17-year-old Shelly-Ann Williams, the teenager with disability, from Sandy Bay in Clarendon. Read More

Progress and prosperity has reached St Thomas

Monday, December, 28 2020    

Dear Editor,I usually turn a blind eye to what happens in St Thomas, merely because of the melancholy pictures people often paint about the parish and its infrastructural development, or lack thereof — mainly road, housing, and education. Read More

Clearing a barrel isn't for the faint of heart

Monday, December, 28 2020    

Dear Editor,Have you ever tried collecting a barrel from the Montego Bay Freeport Wharf? Well, I can assure you that you would have better luck joining the Scotiabank teller line on a Monday morning at six o'clock! Read More

Unpardonable!

Friday, December, 25 2020    

Dear Editor,As I read through the names of criminals who the President of the United States Donald Trump has pardoned I couldn't help but wonder what has happened to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Read More

December 25... for the record

Friday, December, 25 2020    

Dear Editor,Every year at this time questions arise about the December 25 celebrations of the birth of Jesus Christ. Read More

God is with us and will never abandon us

Friday, December, 25 2020    

Dear Editor, Read More

What can be done to intimidate gunmen?

Friday, December, 25 2020    

Dear Editor,In the Bible, Delilah said to Samson: “What can we do to make you become as weak as any other men?” Read More

Celebrate Jamaica this Christmas

Friday, December, 25 2020    

Dear Editor, Read More

Discriminated at home

Thursday, December, 24 2020    

Dear Editor,It seems to me that a large part of public policy is geared towards tourism and foreigners.I was born in Jamaica, just seven miles outside of Montego Bay, where I attended one of Jamaica's best high schools. Read More



ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

Today's Cartoon

Click image to view full size editorial cartoon
ADVERTISEMENT