Tue | May 21, 2019

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir: Open letter to Prime Minister Andrew Holness: Good day, Mr Prime Minister. These are my questions to the Government of Jamaica. Please note, this is not a political ­action of any sort, just a normal Jamaican who is currently...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Many instances of injustice in Jamaica tend to disappear from memory, becoming the proverbial nine-day wonders. We tend to leave many of these national issues unresolved for years. Why? We no longer have effective supervision...

THE EDITOR, Sir: If we are going to be honest, pro-choice is just a less aggressive way of saying, I’m anti-red light, but if it presents no inconvenience to me in my travel, I also have the choice to obey it. To access any convenience of having...

THE EDITOR, Sir: A high level of respect must be shown to anyone who is appointed to sit in the seat at Jamaica House as prime minister, both from the Opposition and the people. No matter which political party you are affiliated with, the head of...

Open letter to all parents: THE EDITOR, Sir: In a perfect world, our children could go out without our protection and they’ll be just fine. But such a world doesn’t exist. We know what’s out there. Danger lurks in our own communities. It is...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The first time I heard the words ‘Cui Bono’ they were uttered by, arguably, one of the greatest media personalities Jamaica has ever produced, Mr. Wilmot ‘Motty’ Perkins. As I understand it, ‘Cui Bono’ is a Latin phrase which...

THE EDITOR, Sir: President of the Caribbean Maritime University (CMU), Professor Fritz Pinnock, gave some interesting responses when he appeared before the Public Administration and Appropriations Committee (PAAC) in Parliament earlier this week....

THE EDITOR, Sir: It is with great sadness to read the news about the killing of our children, and it's appalling to know that there have not been any measures put in place by the so-called political leaders who think and feel they have authority...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The National Water Commission (NWC) is failing in its duties to ensure that an adequate water infrastructure is put in place, once and for all, to meet its water demands and, in particular, during the eight months of the annual dry...

THE EDITOR, Sir: In some countries, like Alaska, they had an easy way of killing wolves. They wipe the animals’ blood on a sharp knife, so the wolves used their tongue and lick at it, cutting themselves and licking at their own blood until they...
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