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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Sunday | November 5, 2006

Facing hard facts on Air J
We think it pertinent to remind the Jamaican Government of two facts. First, this administration claims to embrace the philosophy of the free market and to have a clear grasp of the principles and workings of globalisation.

Politicians and the press

To joust with fellow journalists is not my cup of tea.


Media and the public interest

According to the press, they get to say when the Trafigura issue is dead. - Dawn Ritch


'Bonafire' in Parliament

As a child, I envied those children who were born on Christmas, Labour Day, Independence or any other red letter day. - Orville, Taylor


Apartheid is dead, not its children

P.W. Botha, former president of the apartheid regime in South Africa, died recently but not many people are grieving for him. - Livingstone Thompson




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