Cutting down trees to create a forest

In the past few weeks, the headlines of the major Bahamian newspapers have been dominated by evidence of a chronically disgruntled populace and an increasingly dysfunctional economy and society. Consider the following: “Why So Little Aid And Why So Late?: Year From Irma, Islanders Insist Govt Does More” “Wilchcombe: Gaming operators being victimized” “Komolafe: Affordable […]

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How to turn a storm in a teacup into an opportunity for national progress

Let it be known from the outset that the ultimate purpose of this essay is a desire to promote a fuller understanding of the word “national” and the challenges, obligations and opportunities the designation presents to organizations, which incorporate the word in their titles. In these times when The Bahamas is still developing and financially […]

The Better Part: Feeding the Collective instead of Chaos

Never before in my experience have there been so many Bahamians who seem determined to achieve their personal agendas and benefit at the expense of intelligent action by the collective for the benefit of the collective, order and peace in our country. Sadly, spreading the corrosive napalm of narrow, self-serving interests has become the expected […]

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