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Jamaica Gleaner Letters
published: Friday | November 28, 2008

LETTER OF THE DAY - Leaders should vote conscience always
The Editor, Sir:The members of the Lower House of the Jamaican Parliament were called upon to use their conscience. Conscience is a person's inner sense of what is right or what is wrong morally. My struggle with the term conscience vote is that it gives the impression ...

A monument to national shame

THE EDITOR, Sir:Last week there was a ceremony to unveil a monument to the nation's children killed violently over the last five years. This monument, nay, this monstrosity was unveiled in downtown Kingston at a cost of $10 million...

The calibre of leadership

The Editor, Sir: While I do not make a blanket charge, like many Jamaicans, my heart despairs concerning the calibre of persons who have been accepted for political leadership in Jamaica over the years...

Hanging not synonymous with capital punishment

The Editor, Sir: As with every emotive issue, capital punishment is being mauled by the partisans - haul and pull, twist and turn. Truth-seekers are confused and bewildered and are left wondering who is preaching truth or error...

Claro and Digicel still at odds

The Editor, Sir:We read with interest, an article in the Thursday, November 20, edition of your paper entitled 'Claro & Digicel bury the hatchet'.The article speaks to the sharing of cell towers or co-location as we call it in the industry.

Get on with executions

The Editor, Sir: At the risk of being charged with plagiarism, I'm going to borrow Gwynne Dyer's article ('Pirates of the Horn' Gleaner, November 27) and claim it as my own, of course, with a few modifications. I'll put 'Jamaican murderers' in place...





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