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THE EDITOR, Sir:I welcome the measured response of the Holness administration to the burgeoning criminality and the murderous rampage that is afflicting our society, but I am concerned about one of the major...

THE EDITOR, Sir:This little country of ours has produced many notable sons and daughters, perhaps none more consequential than a man born in the garden parish of St. Ann - a man by the name of Marcus Mosiah Garvey. Mr Garvey, who was the forerunner...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It's just amazing how some politicians can make an ass of themselves in trying to oppose or stick to party lines. Most shocking is the fact that of all issues, they choose crime as the topic to play around with.Now, after making a...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am concerned about the urgency with which election petitions are tried before the court. I make reference to the case pertaining to the Yallahs division in St Thomas, whereby a petition was filed by Constantine Bogle, the People's...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The position taken by Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) in rejecting calls for the raising of the age of consent from 16 to 18 years old is, in the view of Hear The Children's Cry, incorrect, unhelpful, and an...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I have been following with great interest the howls of disapproval by media folks and their like-minded allies over comments made by Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett regarding what he sees as the media's affinity for decorating its...

THE EDITOR, Sir:'Pathetic' comes to mind on seeing the photo in The Gleaner of June 23, 2017, showing two policemen, one with a radar gun, the other stopping vehicles on Michael Manley Boulevard in Kingston.This four-lane boulevard has a ridiculous...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Time and again, I have spoken about Marlene Malahoo Forte, the quasi-attorney general who is playing politics with the rights and freedoms that our Constitution affords us as Jamaicans.Her statements from last year, which I have...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It has always been my strongly held opinion that the Jamaican Government, including its executive agencies, should not be paying rent. The country would see savings of hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars if this...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am unable to resist congratulating Gordon Robinson on the clarity with which he explicitly answered the questions posed in the article 'Why you were born/' in the In Focus section of The Sunday Gleaner of June 25, 2017.Seekers of...
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