Portia Must Go

That the People’s National Party (PNP) has historically shown itself skilled at mobilizing, organizing and electioneering is not an idea any serious political observer would question. After all, this is

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Baby Brain Vaz

Dwayne Vaz’s shocking comments at a PNP rally a few days ago which eludes to loading up guns and running in on the opponents based on dancehall great Vybz Kartel

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‘Badmind’ Audley Shaw

I hear Audley Shaw on the political platform saying that, members in the present administration are ‘badmind,’ but I hasten to ask if it is not Mr Shaw who is

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The group that calls itself Churches Action Uniting Society for Emancipation (CAUSE) has been extremely quiet about some key issues impacting our society.  Apart from being very vocal and action

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Where Is The Real Portia Simpson-Miller?

At this time, if I say I am not utterly ashamed of this government and more so the Prime Minister I would be pathologically mendacious.  I am still in shock

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D-Day for CCJ

The three bills seeking to establish the Caribbean Court of Justice as Jamaica’s final appellate court will today begin their agonizing march into oblivion. This, unless, an Opposition Senator decides

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Cameron & Simpson-Miller

Have Some Respect- No Prison!

It is very disheartening that at a time when many Jamaicans are complaining about the austere measures under which we must live, that our own government would invite a head

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Clarendon Youth Leader Set to Represent JLP in Local Government Elections

 Local Government elections have been postponed until at least December 2016, but that hasn’t deterred the outspoken youth leader, Dei Freckleton, from throwing his hat in the ring. Freckleton, a

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Jamaica and ‘The Unwanted Foetus’

As early as I can remember, there have been public and private contentious discussions regarding the right and ability to abort an unwanted foetus. The pro-choice advocates submit that a

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Application For Asylum In Jamaica

In 2013, the Jamaican Gleaner reported the case of a couple from Syria who requested asylum in Jamaica. They were detained upon arrival to the Norman Manley International Airport after

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