|LETTER OF THE DAY - Happy-go-lucky procreation hurts our children
The Editor, Sir: Persons who wish to drive or own a car or boat or want to get married or have a business, will need to seek permission and clearance of the state in order to do so legally; what a person can do without a licence is have a child.
Savagery in Westmoreland
THE EDITOR, Sir: The Westmoreland residents who murdered the alleged goat thieves should be ashamed of themselves for breaking the law and for carrying out this dastardly, illegal and profoundly uncivilised murderous act of monumental proportions.
Hailing Mayor Sinclair II
The Editor, Sir: On behalf of the many Montegonians and the citizenry across western Jamaica, I write this letter to congratulate the new Mayor of Montego Bay, Mr Charles Sinclair Jr.
Evaluating the police
The Editor, Sir: It was rather refreshing listening to the new commissioner of police on the CVM TV current affairs programme 'Direct' on January 2, 2008. With this new commissioner, many remain hopeful that through his leadership there will be a reduction in the country's escalating crime rate.
Escaping the fallout
The Editor, Sir: From my understanding, a certain investment company, which had promised its shareholders or clients 120 per cent interest per annum on their investment, claimed that they are now (as the print media stated) taking steps to regularise or have their company duly registered according to the laws of this country.
A false sense of achievement
The Editor, Sir: I hasten to concur with your recent observations about graduations. Too often we rush to imitate aspects of North American culture which are senseless and ludicrous and holds no place in our culture and value systems.