|Editorial - Graduation to what and for whom?
WE ARE IN the midst of graduation season - the annual rite of passage in which young persons in particular move from one level of achievement to another (hopefully).
Exciting times for justice system
Below, we publish excerpts of the speech delivered by Attorney-General A.J. at the swearing-in of Mrs. Justice Zaila McCalla as Chief Justice of Jamaica on Tuesday, June 26.
An uneven playing field
Readers will know that I care deeply about the ability of people to make lots and lots of money in a safe and honest environment right here in Jamaica. That means I abhor the rape and deliberate destruction of the domestic financial sector. I can't bear to think of it being owned by foreigners, except partly, and in a highly regulated way. (Ritch)
Dark Knights in politics
A week ago, reality hit our veteran politician. Well, I am not sure if reality is the young man's name, but bet you he has forced them to have a paradigm shift on security and think outside of the box. (Taylor)
A volley of shots rang out on Tuesday, June 26, 2007, shattering the calm atmosphere at Ardenne High School at 10 Ardenne Road. Sitting in my office in a meeting, I was in disbelief that this was really happening until I saw students running and heard them shouting and screaming. (Tyson)