Jamaica Gleaner Letters
Published: Monday Monday | November 9, 2009
LETTER OF THE DAY - Change terms of public sector appointments
THE EDITOR, Sir: THERE SEEMS to be a general feeling of despair, disappointment and disgust concerning the ways our esteemed political leaders have managed the affairs of the state since since Independence. There are important areas of national life... Read More...The crime of indifference
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE JULY 1997 report by the National Committee of Political Tribalism stated that "political influence has impeded the security forces in the performance of their duties". Read More...Atrocious acts against the poor
THE EDITOR, Sir: ACCORDING TO the recently released productivity summary report, Jamaica's productivity is lower than it was in 1972, and much less than that of our smaller Caribbean neighbours. Read More...Well done, 'Bertis' Bell
THE EDITOR, Sir: I saw quite an unusual occurrence in the Manning Cup encounter between St George's College and Jamaica College (JC) on Saturday, November 7. Nearing the climax of the encounter, Neville 'Bertis' Bell went to the assistance of a JC player... Read More...Christian dogma is beneficial
The Editor, Sir :I was taken aback by the atheistic rants of Alfred Buckland in his letter published on November 5 and would like to respond.Buckland is incorrect in claiming that religion is "the source of the lack of critical thinking... Read More...Where are the moral, legal guidelines?
The Editor, Sir:I am a government employee and I am finding it increasingly difficult to make sense of the government or the Jamaica I live in. My organisation belongs to the social services... Read More...