Jamaica Gleaner Commentary published: Sunday | September 3, 2006
EDITORIAL - State financing of education THERE ARE some very worrying statistics, published in last Friday's Gleaner, which should concentrate the minds of the Education Minister and others in the policy establishment.
"Simply put, if the Government improves the Mandela as promised, or develops the railway, it must compensate the owners of Highway 2000 or increase the toll," states Dr. Orville Taylor in his article 'Not so fast' in the August 6 issue...
At the risk of being deeply unfashionable among my colleagues, I have no second thoughts whatsoever about the leadership of Madam Prime Minister.The only reservation I've ever had in nearly 20 years, was that she is a member of the PNP. (Ritch)
Prior to gaining employment, prospective workers should be tested for the propensity towards eating too much. They should be also screened for their inclination to walk out in the street. And if they don't like vegetables and fruits...they should be teste