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By Anthony L Hall House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) went viral for two things last week: For the condescending way she clapped at Trump during his State of the Union Address(SOTU). For the discerning way she characterized Trump’s habitual lies, insults, complaints, and criticisms. I am on record dismissing the SOTU as a spectacle. I refer […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders The law is the law and it is binding on all who dwell or visit within its jurisdiction. The law is particularly binding on those who make the law. As I observed in a previous commentary, “Law makers should not be law breakers”. This issue is raised again in the context […]

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By David Jessop Caribbean private sector organisations are important. They like the media, academia and non-governmental organisations are central to the retention of plurality in the region. Until quite recently, such business associations in addition to their national, regional and sectoral role, regularly lobbied legislators and officials in Europe and North America about the practical […]

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By Jean H Charles Haiti is going these days into its Fourth Revolution; the rest of the world barely takes notice. Indeed after its Revolution in 1800 culminating in becoming the first black independent nation uprooting slavery for itself and for the rest of the world, on January 1, 1804, it caused another Revolution around […]

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American visitors, Patricia Johnson and Gregory Kvam, have lavished praise on Soufriere police in the aftermath of an incident in Soufriere last week. The visitors sent an email detailing the incident and the police response to several persons including  top brass of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force and the Ministry of Home Affairs. The […]

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NBC News:–  George Mendonsa, a World War II veteran whose claim of being a sailor kissing a nurse in an iconic image was verified using facial recognition technology, died early Sunday, his daughter said. He was 95. Mendonsa was living in an assisted living facility in Middletown, Rhode Island, and had been suffering from severe congestive […]

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Dear Sir: Maduro’s claim that nothing is wrong with Venezuela that cannot be put right if the British, the Americans and all countries in between holding Venezuelan funds and gold, paid over such to him. But thankfully they won’t, they have impounded it for safe keeping for the people. I was considering something today which […]

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Dear Sir: GBN’s flagship program Beyond the Headlines now has a charming young hostess in the person of government senator, Katisha Williams, who is also Grenada’s ambassador to the OECS. No doubt about it, the young attorney is bright and articulate; therefore this article has absolutely no problem with her academic brilliance and pleasantries. Instead, […]

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Dear Sir: Prime Minister Keith Rowley wants to know what former Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has done for black people in Trinidad and Tobago. The PNM’s political leader asked the question when he addressed a party meeting on Tuesday night in Tobago. What is the prime minister implying? Is he saying a prime minister must […]

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Dear Sir: Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) is questioning the government’s logic of disproportionate fines for the same offense. The Honourable Minister Clearance Rambarath, has recently increased the fines for hunters and has proposed new legislation with increased fines for fishers. For instance, a hunter who is intercepted whilst hunting and fails to […]

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