Jamaica Gleaner Letters
Published: Monday Friday | August 28, 2009
LETTER OF THE DAY - Whiplash and motor premiums
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE MOTORING public needs to be more aware of one of the main reasons for the size of motor insurance premiums. There has been a long-standing and steadily escalating, cottage industry among some small but active sections of the legal and medical... Read More...Gov't should be honest and respectful
THE EDITOR, Sir: This letter is in response to the letter of the day written by Bryan Lynch and published on Friday, August 21. First let me say that the government owes the public sector. The money that the teachers, police or any other public sector ... Read More...Remember Senator Ted Kennedy
THE EDITOR, Sir: SPARE ME a few lines to recognise the passing and, indeed, the contribution of Senator Ted Kennedy.In his tribute, President Barack Obama noted that almost all major legislation, be it civil rights, health, education or environment... Read More...Congrats, Mr Harris
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WRITE this letter to commend the newly-elected president of the Jamaica Agriculture Society (JAS), Glendon Harris, who has defeated a nationally known opponent with powerful agricultural connections.... Read More...Let's accept reality!
THE EDITOR, Sir: WHY DO Jamaicans deceive themselves into thinking that all students will pass five subjects at the Caribbean Secondary Edu-cation Certificate (CSEC) level?... Read More...About Bolt and Owens
THE EDITOR, Sir: IN RESPONSE to Devon Dick's column, singing the praises of Usain Bolt, we can all agree that Bolt's exploits on the track defy normal and pedestrian descriptions. Read More...Smash that piece of wall!
THE EDITOR, Sir: I AM proud of Usain Bolt's achievements for various reasons, and I want him to achieve much more. However, I was shocked and appalled when I saw him being presented with a piece of the Berlin Wall... Read More...Stop the bias!
THE EDITOR, Sir: IN RESPONSE to the article, 'A terrible insult to Jamaican women' in Thursday's Gleaner, I must say, as a Jamaican woman, I found the piece totally insulting.I believe in the richness of our culture, reflected in our motto... Read More...