Jamaica Gleaner Letters
Published: Monday Thursday | February 12, 2009
LETTER OF THE DAY - Curious airline policy
The Editor, Sir:It is a very important marketing strategy to fly the hub-and-spoke system in any airline. If you choose to fly point-to-point, then you will need high frequency, which requires great operational efficiency.... Read More...Bans don't work
The Editor, Sir:The best ban is self-restraint and freedom of choice. The Church, the State and private institutions have their work to do. Banning would not do the work for them. What banning does is open up other avenues... Read More...Change mindset re wage hikes
The Editor, Sir: According to news reports, the seven per cent salary increase to government workers cannot be paid, as there is no money. Of course, we got the predictable response from the National Workers' Union... Read More...Bankrupt church leadership
The Editor, Sir:I write in response to Kadene Porter's column, 'The just shall arm themselves', published on February 9. Every Jamaican has the right to protect himself or herself under the current crime wave, and churchfolk no less. Read More...Social hypocrisy or decency?
The Editor, Sir: Having observed the ongoing raging debate regarding the public airing of certain hard-core and/or pornographic musical compositions inclusive of Rampin' Shop and having read Adidja 'Vybz Kartel' Palmer's letter to the editor with some... Read More...Gov't should revisit those police review proposals
The Editor, Sir: Partisan politics is like poison to fair and just policing. This is why Sir Alexander Bustamante insisted that our Constitution provided for a Police Service Commission to advise our governor general on the appointment... Read More...