Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: National Health Care NOW

Editor, From the very early days of Sir Lynden Oscar Pindling, The Bahamas has been debating and talking about a... read more »

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The FTX Meltdown

Dear Editor, Bahamians should fasten their seatbelts. The collapse of the FTX crypto exchange under the thirty-year-old Sam Bankman Fried... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Rape threatens marriage, not better laws

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Human Rights Bahamas applauds and fully supports Attorney General Ryan Pinder’s position on the question of marital... read more »

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Letter to the Editor: Mask mandate – do as I say, not as I do

Dear Editor, I flew back to Nassau from Florida on Bahamasair on Saturday, 10th September – as we were walking... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Restorative Justice vs Capital Punishment

By Rise Bahamas Rise Bahamas does not share the same stance taken by some in support of capital punishment. We... read more »

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Op-Ed: A legal look at marital rape ruling

By Tanya N. Wright, Attorney If the August 31, 2022 report of the Supreme Court’s ruling in a recent divorce... read more »

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Watch Your Back, Mr. Pintard!

Dear Editor, When Dr Hubert Minnis was prime minister, Dr Duane Sands was not always a team player. He often... read more »

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Letter to the Editor: Promises Made…Promises Kept

Editor, It is a common expectation here in The Bahamas and I am sure almost all around the world, that... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: National Development Plan – An Elusive Myth?

Editor, Over the years it has become quite a favorite pastime of many Bahamian politicians and their enablers to gush... read more »

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Letter to the Editor: Pockets of New Providence have become literal ‘killing fields’

Editor, Communal pockets within New Providence have become literal ‘killing fields’. Of course, alleged and suspected homicides and other serious... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Banking fees are modern-day piracy

Dear Editor, I was disgusted but not surprised to read that the commercial banks have enriched themselves off the backs... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: My Change of Heart – Why I decided to get the Covid-19 Vaccine

By Trevann Thompson I hadn’t planned to take a Covid-19 vaccine at first. I was concerned about how quickly they’d... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: So, how rich are these police officers now?

Dear Editor, During the FNM’s tenure, PLP operatives complained constantly about damages paid to abuse victims by the courts. It... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Why the Rainbow Flag?

By Brian A. Nichols When my grandparents emigrated to the United States from Barbados, they didn’t know if they would... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: The struggles of Michael Pintard

Dear Editor, Like some FNMs and Bahamians, I have been watching in amusement the dueling letters between the Mackey Street... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: How do Bahamians benefit from foreign banks?

Dear Editor, How do Bahamians benefit from banks that pay no interest? Why do we tolerate foreign banks that pay... read more »

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Take a stand today against “heinous attacks on our children”

Dear Editor, I pen this letter, not because l take pleasure in doing so, but as a responsible citizen l... read more »

LocalOp-ed

OP-ED: The Summit of the Americas Hits Home: Our Relationship and My Family History

By Brian A. Nichols Brian A. Nichols is the Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs at the United... read more »

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: We need new banking options

Dear editor, Why is it that the same handful of Canadian banks continue to hold the Bahamian people hostage after... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: The Bahamas must share its climate science 

Dear Editor, At this moment of global fear over climate change, and particularly the destruction it may soon cause to low-lying island... read more »