|LETTER OF THE DAY - Third-World mentality and dual citizenship
The Editor, Sir: Barack Obama's presidential bid emphasises the fact that in the case of dual nationality the United States is far more liberal and democratic than Jamaica. The Americans sail easily along with it while the Jamaican ship of state remains becalmed in a constitutional...
Confession sparks many questions
THE EDITOR, Sir: Detective Constable Lyn-Sue did something horrible and deserves his punishment. He should be commended, however, for his honesty and given support in becoming a better lawman and man in general.
Rewarding tax compliance
THE EDITOR, Sir: I read the article 'Corporate tax cut under consideration' in the Financial Gleaner, January 25, 2008. If companies desire a decrease in the corporate tax rate, and the Government requires increased compliance, those companies should be rewarded...
Obama seen as unifying force
The Editor, Sir: There is a strong wind blowing across America these days. It is a strong, refreshing, and unpolluted wind of unity and change, originating with Barack Obama, one of the three Democratic candidates vying for the presidency of the United States.
Testing church relevance
The Editor, Sir: We are now confronted with another test which could prove the relevance of the church institutions in Jamaica. A young cop, as a result of his new found purpose with God, confessed that he was a corrupt policeman, and for this he may have to go to prison. ...