|Letter of the day - In the spirit of empathy, respect and love
THE EDITOR, Sir: Every well-thinking Jamaican must be quite distraught and disappointed that the murder statistics for the new year are shaping up to be 'business as usual' where 2005 ended.
Setting the stage for civil disobedience
THE EDITOR, Sir: The NDM is lamenting the actions of the citizens of St. Elizabeth in reaction to the killing of an alleged criminal by the police.
'True justice', that's what really counts
THE EDITOR, Sir: A JUDGE that fails to do a good job is no better than the street sweeper that does a bad job. No matter what position one may hold in this wicked, lying world, high or low, powerful or not, we are merely human beings...
Looking out for the less fortunate
THE EDITOR, Sir: THOSE PEOPLE who own the means of production along with the middle-class in Montego Bay, should endeavour to enhance the development of the less fortunate in that city during 2006.
Transportation is a major problem too
THE EDITOR, Sir: OF THE many problems with which Jamaica is now facing, crime and transport seem to be jostling each other for priority. For the psychological and adverse social conditions created by crimes, I would give transport priority.