Jamaica Gleaner Letters
Published: Monday Friday | July 31, 2009
LETTER OF THE DAY - The hypocrisy of condemning dual citizenship
The Editor, Sir: The issue of dual citizenship has dominated our affairs for a while, yet I wish to make a few observations regarding this and other processes which have cost this country greatly. There are several 'expert-analysts' who have voiced the opinion... Read More...The disgrace of Hellshire Beach
The Editor, Sir: I must support the arguments made by letter writer Marlon Hill in the July 19 issue of The Sunday Gleaner regarding the poor state of Hellshire Beach and take this opportunity to express my own concerns.It has been my observation that... Read More...Has the Gov't gone mad?
The Editor, Sir: Yet another dual-citizenship case is at the fore in Jamaica and it is not surprising that some of our members of parliament are arguing for a by-election. One cannot help but imagine that our government is oblivious ... Read More...Questions re Armadale incident
The Editor, Sir: I am amazed at the stupidity of the lines of questioning which surround the possibility of the police having ignited the fire with a tear-gas canister. Why has no one yet asked the simple question... Read More...Bus drivers and cellphones
The Editor, Sir: I would like to ask the Jamaica Urban Transit Company to state publicly its policy with regard to the use of cellphones by their drivers while on duty. I ask this because of the frequency with which I now see drivers ... Read More...The health-care divide
The Editor, Sir: One week ago, my seven and a half year-old daughter had her tonsils and adenoids removed at the private wing of a hospital in Kingston. I had a great experience and felt really good about the manner in which the staff operated. Read More...Uncovered breasts and old-time values
The Editor, Sir; Why do so many women want to show so much flesh these days? Cover up and stop revealing it all. Let us men wonder what's below the blouse. Yes, I love nice breasts, but just a mouthful. Read More...The cut and thrust of democracy
The Editor, Sir: In the dire economic circumstances in which the country now finds itself, it is indeed a pity that so much judicial attention and so much scarce cash have to be focused and/or expended on the issue of the legal capability of politicians... Read More...What of Port Royal plans?
The Editor, Sir: The historic but now relatively sleepy town of Port Royal has had on the drawing board for some years now a development plan aimed at transforming it into a world-class heritage and cultural mecca. Read More...