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Jamaica Gleaner Commentary
published: Tuesday | September 11, 2007

EDITORIAL - Seizing the economic reins
Today is the swearing-in of our new Prime Minister. We wish him and his colleagues all the very best. The country's expectations of him are high and we have every confidence that he is of a mind to deliver. Jamaica faces many urgent problems....

Politicians above the law

Recently, United States (U.S.) Senator Larry Craig changed his mind about his June guilty plea to a charge emanating from a sex sting operation in an airport bathroom where it is alleged he solicited sex from a policeman. There was a show on CNN trying to determine... - Devon Dick

A victory well deserved

My good friend Kingsley Sangster, who is a former Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) MP, has maintained that the Jamaican people have never made an error in the election of their government. I'm inclined to believe him. The people have a way of sensing... - Vernon Daley

Anniversaries

Something happened between September 11 of last year and this year's anniversary. Last year, we marvelled that five years had passed since that dark day; this year, there seems for the first time a national feeling that 9/11 is, finally and irrevocably, a part of the past... - Dan Rather

NOTE-WORTHY: Accepting changes

What surprises me the most is that a lot of people just won't accept changes.The fact that General Secretary Donald Buchanan is still in dreamland goes to show that he is one of those who is so used to sitting on his butt and getting paid for it when real work needs to be done.





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