Jamaica Gleaner Letters
Published: Monday Friday | October 2, 2009
LETTER OF THE DAY - Time for bitter medicine
The Editor, Sir: The time has come for much-needed but unpopular changes to the socio-economic conditions prevailing in Jamaica - in other words, it's time for 'bitter medicine'. or too long successive administrations have rescheduled these inevitable adjustments ... Read More...The Jamaican spay-neuter programme
The Editor, Sir: I noted with pleasure that the Jamaica Kennel Club chose to respond on the matter of the stray-dog problem in Jamaica, but would be grateful if you would grant me space to clarify a few matters for them.It was surprising to see that... Read More...Before you cut the Cabinet ...
The Editor, Sir: If one looks at the size of the Cabinet it is within the norms of the operation of any government with Jamaica's population. How-ever, if one were to ask: Is the Cabinet operating at an optimal level? The answer is a big NO! Read More...Highway 2000's heavy toll
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WAS encouraged by a letter published on Tuesday, September 29, in which a user of the May Pen leg of Highway 2000 lamented the rising cost of using the roadway.My family uses the Portmore leg, which is now costing a minimum of $10,560... Read More...Celebrate Mahatma Gandhi's ideals
THE EDITOR, Sir: WHEN SIR Richard Attenborough read the words of Mahatma Gandhi in 1962, "It has always been a mystery to me how men can feel themselves honoured by the humiliation of their fellow human beings", he vowed then to make a film about Mahatma... Read More...This is what I meant
THE EDITOR, Sir: IT IS unfortunate that in the letter 'Cooper, Arthur, Golding are in error' published on Tuesday, September 29, the second sentence of the section under the sub-headline 'Personal freedom' was edited to to read " ... Read More...More senseless policies
THE EDITOR, Sir: ON TUESDAY night, I sat and watched another senseless parliamentary sitting with much disappointment. I listened to the Government again put in place increased taxes. Read More...JTB chairman ignoring essential points
THE EDITOR, Sir: I NOTE that the director of tourism/chairman of Jamaica Tourist Board, John Lynch, has replied to me, in your paper of September 29. While I do not wish to prolong this exchange... Read More...