Letters

PLP left multiple GB projects unfinished

Dear Editor, I shall be grateful if you will be kind enough to allow me a just little space to comment on the “outstanding” Grand Bahama achievements of the PLP during their recently ended administration. Saturday past, 26 August 2017, I attended the burial service of a dear friend at the Smith’s Point cemetery. I…
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PLP seen as best choice for GB

Dear Editor, At this critical moment in our history, thank you for affording me the opportunity to share my thoughts in your daily. As I sit here, on this election eve, I ponder where we’ve been, where we are now, and where we are headed. This election will be a defining moment for our island,…
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“The Folly of Carnival”

Dear Editor, My brother Michael R. Moss opened a can of worms in his letter concerning our “Colony of Borrowed Culture.” Carnival is acquainted with and identifies as Trinidad or Brazil. The word itself, Carnival is not associated with Junkanoo at all. It means giving way to the flesh. My bother Charlie married Bev from…
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Importance of ‘Roots in the ground’

Dear Editor, There are so many things happening these days.  In fact, some are happening right before our very eyes.  For instance a recent thing of occurrence was the position of Hurricane Matthew.  In the ravages of its wake it left the green leaves of many tress brown.  Though it was many months ago, much…
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