Letters

Bahamian politicians criticized

Dear Editor, It’s amazing how our politicians allow all of these different companies to come into The Bahamas and allow them to do whatever they want. The minimum wage act allows them to pay Bahamians nothing or next to nothing.  It’s like the laws are made to ensure that the Bahamian people are kept down.…
Read more

Comparing the eras

Dear Editor, We have turned our heads from the indecency and disregard, while striving for a better life for ourselves and our children. We as a people have found it easier to walk away rather than to fight our rights.  This is called oppression. Bahamian politicians have been so busy focusing on the what the…
Read more

History and governance emphasized

Dear Editor: It has been said that history is the clock that tells our political time of day. History is also the compass that people use to find themselves on the map of human geography. History is our guide, because without the knowledge of history, we are lost. History has taken us back to the…
Read more

Humane Society of GB disclaims ‘amicable’ link to MOA employee

Dear Editor, We would like to comment and clarify a few points with regard to the article in Friday’s (31 August) paper titled “Acting Warden Shares MOA Animal Care Unit Responsibilities”. The article makes it appear that the Humane Society of Grand Bahama (HSGB) has an amicable working relationship with Ms. Lockhart, which is patently…
Read more

Pin It on Pinterest