|LETTER OF THE DAY - Can a prime minister be a submissive wife?
The Editor, Sir: The appointment of our first female Prime Minister and her professed affinity for the Word of God brought to mind one of the most misunderstood and misapplied of Bible passages:
Miss Lou - a true revolutionary
The Editor, Sir: Louise Bennett, Miss Lou, our cultural icon, can rest in peace with the knowledge that she has given her life to the recognition of the cultural identity of Jamaicans.
THE EDITOR, Sir: When I first came to Jamaica, I wondered why there was so much corruption here. Now the answer is crystal clear.
More days of suffering
THE EDITOR, Sir: I would like to respond to the letter by the '100 day sufferer' published in The Gleaner on Wednesday, July 26. It did a perfect job of summing up our PM's (lack of) progress since she came into office.
Miss Lou, my mentor
THE EDITOR, Sir: Miss Lou has been my mentor from the days of Ring Ding. I was not fortunate enough to be among the many children who joined her each Saturday morning for what I call a session of cultural awareness.
The 'brethren' con game
THE EDITOR, Sir: Once again, I am stunned at the level of denial among your readership/contributors.
Clarifying the CDA's role
The Editor, Sir: I have read the letter of the day - 'The law must take its course' - published in The Sunday Gleaner of July 16, and would like to respond to the fifth question posed by Yvonne McCalla...
Uncomfortable with this
The Editor, Sir: I am concerned about the Prime Minister's proposal to use surplus funds from the National Insurance Fund to finance small business loans to inner-city entrepreneurs.