Sun | Jun 16, 2019

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir: Corruption, crime, and cronyism continue unabated, while we are conned into believing that we are doing well, while the very fabric of society is being undermined by the pervasiveness of crude and lawless behaviour, and our elderly...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The Apostle Paul in the book of the Galatians asked, “O foolish Galatians! Who has ‘bewitched’ you, that you should not obey the truth…”? The Galatians had begun to bring the old rules and traditions of Judaism into their new...

THE EDITOR, Sir: On Friday, June 14, The Gleaner carried a letter by one TREBUH EROOM, which seemed very personal in its critique of Dr Tamika Benjamin of the education ministry’s math unit and other officers, while praising the work of the Core...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Prof Fritz Pinnock, president of Caribbean Maritime University (CMU), has been such a disappointment. We are now learning from the media that the CMU has hired an attorney to block the Financial Investigations Division (FID) from...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Speaking purely as a political observer, at this point in time, Peter Bunting has as much chance of leading the People’s National Party (PNP) to victory in the next general election as the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) has of...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The passing of Edward Seaga marks the end of a colourful era of one whose political career has impacted Jamaica. It is said that Mr Seaga was a man who never apologies for any wrong he may have committed; however, the role of...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I bring to your attention the matter of the outrageous customs duty that Jamaica diaspora artists have to pay to send works on temporary loan for exhibition in the Jamaica National Gallery (JNG). I was honoured to be invited to...

THE EDITOR, Sir: When has change been readily accepted by the majority? The People’s National Party (PNP) held power for 18 consecutive years, with many crying out for a change, while others said “Change what, PNP country?” That was then, and now...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I write to support the position of the Heart Foundation of Jamaica in its push for the implementation of a tax on sugary drinks. The prevalence of non-communicable diseases among Jamaicans is sobering. With non-communicable...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Jamaica has lost a thoroughly decent soul in the passing of former People’s National Party (PNP) parliamentarian and Minister of State Ruddy Lawson, who made his transition after a struggle with illness last Saturday. In his...
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