IF THE Tivoli Gardens insurgency did nothing else, it should have concentrated minds on the weakness of the Jamaican state and its vulnerability to open and violent challenges, including from narco-terrorists.
SHARP CLASHES OF opi-nion have so far characterised debate in the Lower House on the six anti-crime bills now before Parliament.
NO BOTHER mek mi get ignorant, yaa, Maasa. How yu mean, "Which Bruce?" Is how much 'Bruce' yu know so, a bawl to yu morning, noon an night a beg fi deliverance? Cho, man, no treat mi so bad. Mi cyaan tek di crosses. Tongue cannot tell. Di people dem all bout dis a wash dem mout pon mi. Yu no see di joke dem pon di Internet?
IN WHAT is turning out to be the great irony of the economic landscape of the early 21st century, Brazil, the most debt-plagued country of the past 40 years, and China, which was ravaged by the Cultural Revolution in the 1960s...
ON THURSDAY, there was a funeral for Keith Clarke, the brother of former minister of government and a regular columnist in this newspaper, Claude Clarke.