Jamaica Gleaner Letters
Published: Monday Thursday | February 26, 2009
LETTER OF THE DAY - Poor conduct at funeral home
The Editor, Sir: I am emotionally distraught as I write this letter. The news broke, while I was working on the road with a fellow co-worker on Monday, about a young girl's murder in my parish, Westmoreland. We were within walking distance of the funeral home in Savanna-la-Mar ... Read More...Debating interest rate policy
The Editor, Sir: The periodic confrontation has erupted once more, in recent days, between the protagonists of a low and of a high interest rate policy. This time round, the stand-off is not merely between the monetary authorities ... Read More...Wishing Dr Allen well as GG
The Editor, Sir :There is still much agitation within the Adventist denomination and the wider nation as to how appropriate it is to appoint an ordained minister as governor general.In his capacity as pastor, Dr Patrick Allen would have been exposed... Read More...Improperly dressed students
The Editor, Sir: Based on observation, it has now become a custom to see a number of high-school female students brandishing earrings of all sorts while they are dressed in their school uniforms. Read More...Remembering Colonel Barnes
The Editor, Sir: I was saddened to read of the passing of Colonel Ken Barnes. Colonel Barnes served the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) and by extension, Jamaica, for more than 33 years. Read More...Cooper's 'raw-chaw' defence
The Editor, Sir:Doctor Carolyn Cooper is right. I hang my head in shame and confess: I'm one of the pitiful Jamaicans who are prejudiced against 'raw-chaw'. Blame it on my parents. They wouldn't allow me and my siblings... Read More...She lick her head?
The Editor, Sir: Dr Carolyn Cooper mus' lick her head. That is why she write rubbish in The Sunday Gleaner of February 22. How else could you explain why Dr Cooper would sit down at her computer and try to defend the indefensible... Read More...