History has absolved Castro

The decision by President Obama to pursue diplomatic relations with Cuba after more than 50 years of estrangement has been hailed as startling, but it is really quite commonsensical and natural.

CCJ - let the people speak!

The fundamental question is whether the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) would offer an improvement to the services provided by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. No one can contend that this is the case.

Cuba for US: Who's for us?

Buenos dias, Seņor Obama! I started this column in Spanish because American President Barack Obama is about to reopen the door to Cuba, and Jamaica had better pay attention.

Cuba policy shift is Obama's legacy move

President Barack Obama has taken the historic decision for the United States to reopen diplomatic relations with Cuba after they were closed by Washington in 1961 after the Cuban revolution. By this action, President Obama has removed from this region one of the enduring Cold War features.

Building integrity

Politicians now have an excellent opportunity to help themselves even more as they conduct the business of government!

Dedicated taxes: a very bad idea

The recent decision by the National Housing Trust (NHT) to purchase property on which the Outameni Experience attraction is located has sparked much debate and righteous indignation in some quarters.

What Christmas means

The following article was submitted by the Public Theology Forum, an ecumenical group of theologians and ministers of religion.

Elvis Presley: God's gift to gospel

My Christmas gift to readers is a proper introduction to Elvis Aaron Presley - born January 8, 1935; left this world tragically on August 16, 1977.

Silent majority haunts democracy

In recent times, both Bill Johnson and Don Anderson, who could be credited as Jamaica's most renowned and credible pollsters, have done surveys looking at likely voting intention if a general election were to be called at the times of canvasses.

Protect your data - encrypt it!

A common misconception that many people have about securing data and privacy of data communications is "as long as the connection between the sender and recipient of information is secure then the data itself is also secure".

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