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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

I am not in support of any of the nominees for the position of President of the Republic. Why is it necessary for us to have an appointed Head of State? We are now 55 years Independent and 41 years as a Republic but it would seem that the colonials are still very present.

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

I have read with great amusement the comments of Professor Andy Knight and many other “experts” regarding Jerusalem and the UN vote. There are two reasons for this lopsided vote.

First a hatred of President Trump and a total lack of knowledge of the subject matter.

Sunday, December 24, 2017

A fiscal guava season will never/has never totally ruined certain people. Supermarkets, undertakers, gas stations and the bankers all supply essential money-making services.

Sunday, December 24, 2017

I was disappointed to read that the Minister of Education, the Hon Anthony Garcia, sought to dismiss fights among boys in the nation’s schools as being “a part of growing up” and “a means (of boys) establishing themselves”.

Friday, December 22, 2017

I was going to write about PNM politicians who are now asking for privacy when their scandalous private lives are exposed or those who seem aggrieved by allegations when they themselves, in opposition, made valuable currency of fake e-mails.

Friday, December 22, 2017

Yet again, we awake to the news of a preventable tragedy, the murder of Samantha Isaacs by a former intimate partner, someone from whom she sought protection, going to the police and to the court seeking justice and relief.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Being a leader on any stage demands that you step up your game. Why? You are now on centre stage and all eyes are upon you. This goes with the territory and you cannot escape it, hence the reason why you always have to be on the alert and give a good account by the way you conduct yourself.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

The new accessible pedestrian crossing aids on traffic lights for persons with disabilities is definitely most welcome! It certainly gets us one step closer to attaining first world status and moving away from the stigmatisation of persons with disabilities locally.

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

The latest outcome of the Trinidadian-styled email-gate affair now calls for an urgent review of a sacred right of Parliamentarians—parliamentary privilege.

It is recently reported in the media that the TTPS found nothing of substance after its investigation.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

It is basic human instinct to look for a better life, for you and those closely connected. That is one of the main reasons why you visit a particular country thousands of miles away from home and be greeted by your very own.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

A sad day has dawned in West Indies cricket. WI have lost our way and as a Caribbean people and WI don’t know how to find it once more.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Last Sunday, I alluded to the fact that Mr Michael Lee Chin may have to “wheel and come again” in part due to the fact that his own Ernst and Young valuation of Guardian Holdings Ltd (GHL) shares supports my assertion that US$2.35 “nah good enough”.

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Most of the public domain is unhappy with what can be perceived as a lack of patriotism displayed by the Opposition, when they voted against the Anti-Gang Bill 2017. The parliament belongs to the people and therefore must represent the collective will of the people.

Friday, December 15, 2017

I take this opportunity to recognise the altruistic efforts of the Managing Director of Price Club Supermarket for assistance rendered for maintenance works conducted along the Waterloo to Exchange Connector Road.

Friday, December 15, 2017

It must be a joke. The government has no money to pay for dialysis?

There are two areas where money should always be reasonably available—national security and health.

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