With the occasion of our nation's 50th anniversary fast approaching, it is easy for one to desert the land of the rational and in so doing get lost in the realm of complete celebration.
As the David Smith/Olint saga further unfolds, the People's National Party (PNP) continues to go inches deeper in the hole it dug since the first denial of former leader P.J. Patterson that he had any knowledge of donations made by Smith to the party.
It appears that regardless of the 'offence' committed by someone labelled as poor or a 'sufferer', there will always be someone to come to his/her defence. It's as if carrying any of these labels is a licence to do just about anything.
The National Housing Trust (NHT takes note of two inaccuracies in an article published in your online edition of The Gleaner of Thursday, June 14, 2012 and headlined 'NHT employees charged in million-dollar fraud'.
It is with deep regret that I learned of the passing of Arthur Williams Sr Thursday night. Arthur Williams Sr was one of those great, old-time politicians who was loved by everyone.
I wish to bring to the attention of the minister of national security, Mr Peter Bunting, that the pre-vious Government removed the control of the licensing of firearms from the Jamaica Constabulary Force, and in so doing, ALL holders are required to go to the Firearm Licensing Authority in Kingston.