Jamaica Gleaner Letters
Published: Monday Wednesday | December 9, 2009
LETTER OF THE DAY - Have guts to obey, not defy
THE Editor, Sir:I read with utter fascination and disappointment the positions being advanced by lawyers in your lead story of Monday, 'Have Guts', and a letter in Tuesday's edition from Patrick Delano Bailey,... Read More...PM rewarding bad behaviour
The Editor, Sir: The Gleaner reported in Tuesday's edition that the esteemed prime minister is to meet with two dancehall disc jockeys who go by the monikers 'Vybz Kartel' and 'Mavado'. Read More...Gang-led country
The Editor, Sir: Vybz Kartel, (Adidja Palmer), leader of the Gaza faction; and Mavado (David Brooks), of the Gully clique; should enter representational politics. These two Gully-Gaza leaders clearly have more influence ... Read More...National Energy Policy must be supported
The Editor, Sir:The search for cleaner, safer, cheaper, more reliable sources of energy, and better ways to use it, unites countries like Jamaica all around the world, large and small, rich and poor. Read More...Gleaner editorial rebuffed
The Editor, Sir:I detect a certain amount of animosity, in your editorial entitled 'Government must honour its treaty obligation', toward this Bruce Golding-led administration. Read More...Kudos to police
The Editor, Sir:I wish to publicly commend the bravado of the two policemen who responded to the robbery in the Ocean Village plaza on Monday.Here is one example of law enforcement in this country doing what it should. Read More...Let the healing begin
The Editor, Sir:When in 1978 Bob Marley called both Mr Seaga and Mr Manley on to the stage and anointed them in the name of peace, this brave gesture, sincere as it was, resulted in both leaders letting down the country's greatest 'entertainer'. Read More...Don't hide behind verbiage
The Editor, Sir:I applaud the rationale behind your front page editorial series, yet at the same time I have been taken aback by your non mea culpa approach.It is well known that the press is mightier than the sword, the pen more powerful than the gun;... Read More...What happened to the care?
The Editor, Sir:In May of this year, seven young misguided, yet promising lives were extinguished. An enquiry was subsequently convened, as a means of discerning factors which coalesced on that fateful night... Read More...