Tue | Jun 18, 2019

In Focus

It doesn’t take a long reach into levity to declare that Father’s Day is kind of like the second-eleven team to Mother’s Day. And I believe it should rightfully be so. Let me explain, again with some levity attached. At the very least, the man is...

Readers should know it’s my opinion that there’s no democracy in Jamaican politics. I’ve tried to point out that we’ve no say in government’s composition or modus operandi despite the sham called “elections”. In a March 3, 2019, column headlined ‘...

I have watched and listened to the debates raging on social media and in real life over the legacy of Edward Seaga. Even in death, this giant of a man polarises his country. Some camps have sought to paint Mr Seaga as the father of political...

Thursday, November 5, 1987 ‘At The Crossroads’ “The kind of society we want can be determined by corporate conscious choices or can be left to chance. The people need leaders now – leaders of the calibre of Nanny, Tacky, Sharpe, Bogle....

- Born: January 24, 1958 - Parents: Alexander and Rhoda Henry - Widow: Jacqueline Garvey Henry, married on December 16, 1984 - Children: Theodore, Lawrie, Joanique Waite-Henry, Tamara Chin - Gleaner Columnist since 1987 - Religion: Christian...

Are you considering a SEZ investment? Save yourself a lot of time, money, and energy by contemplating this question first. Is the SEZ for you? It is more than a question of cost-benefit. In Jamaica, just like anywhere else in the world, the...

The column you are reading now was written by me last Thursday. At that time, it was my expectation that Central Manchester MP Peter Bunting of the opposition People’s National Party (PNP) would make his official declaration for a challenge against...

United States Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s 22-month investigation ended without concluding whether President Trump obstructed justice. Attorney General William Barr’s letter to the US Congress posits that the evidence gathered by Mueller did...

Fourteen years ago when Mr Edward Seaga retired from Parliament, as a Senator then, I paid tribute to him in the Senate on January 28, 2005. On that occasion, I publicly acknowledged “the deficiencies and one-sidedness of the left”, in which I...

Yet another issue I’ve manfully (oh, all right, personfully) tried to avoid, (clearly without success) is Krystal Tomlinson’s putrid, puerile comparison of Andrew Holness’ track record to that of Adolph Hitler. The author of that literary atrocity...
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