| Bruce Golding and the Seaga syndrome
THE EDITOR, Sir: THANKS TO an inept PNP government and an economy that will not experience any meaningful recovery (no matter the strategies), the stage has been set for the JLP to form the next government.
Support for MoBay Mayor
I WRITE in response to the allegations of corruption made by Mayor Noel Donaldson of the St. James Parish Council.
Speaking 'perfect' English
THE EDITOR, Sir: IN RESPONSE to Mr. Burgess, maybe he should step back from his perch and recognise that even the Englishman does not speak "perfect" English all the time.
Reverting to colonial status
THE EDITOR, Sir: HAVE WE lost our sense of pride and also our common sense? If the Prime Minister's reasoning for the need to fast-track a Terrorism Prevention Act is anything to go by, we have lost both and are willingly reverting to colonial status.
Verbal commitment for change
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE OLD locomotive for change seems ready to move after undergoing massive revamping of its engine.
Omissions from Jamaica's football greats
THE EDITOR, Sir: ALLOW ME to expose two noticeable omissions from the recent honouring of past Jamaican football greats, and the dramatic JFF elections that led to the ouster of Captain Burrell's entrenched administration.
Rastas and Christians
THE EDITOR, Sir: REGARDING THIS quote from a letter to the Editor in The Gleaner on-line publication on Sunday Nov. 16, 2003.
Bad attitude at Bustamante Hospital
THE EDITOR, Sir: Despite the fact that my overall experience with the administrative and medical staff of the Bustamante Children's hospital was a fairly good one, I wish to share an unfortunate encounter that I had with a nurse at the hospital.
Poor moral standard
THE EDITOR, Sir: WITH REGARD to Melville Cooke's article about young and old ladies sexuality, I have to say that much of the romantic and family woes in our culture is due, from the very beginning, to a poor educational standard.