Letters to the Editor

Road obstruction!

Monday, February, 12 2018    

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Bad mind Opposition

Monday, February, 12 2018    

Dear Editor, What I hate about Jamaica is that we accept foolishness for too long. Read More

Lame excuse on Jerusalem vote, PM Holness!

Friday, February, 9 2018    

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Holness defending the wrong blurs his vision

Friday, February, 9 2018    

Dear Editor,The public outcry against Prime Minister Andrew Holness's decision to name Justice Bryan Sykes as acting chief justice is very timely and instructive as, once again, he has been caught publicly in “a conspiracy of deception”. Read More

Why vex with Rex?

Friday, February, 9 2018    

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The pursuit of justice

Thursday, February, 8 2018    

Dear Editor,The state of justice in this country is a sure indication of how our leaders think and how they are thinking of addressing the age-long problem of crime and violence. Read More

Crime has been watered by the privileged

Thursday, February, 8 2018    

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Water and wind can resurrect passenger trains in Jamaica

Wednesday, February, 7 2018    

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We can't have it both ways, Counsel

Wednesday, February, 7 2018    

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The road to political hell is paved with good intentions

Wednesday, February, 7 2018    

Dear Editor,Prime Minister Andrew Holness means well, at least that is the prevailing sentiment which attends, perhaps, his most controversial decision to date. Read More

Justice Holness acting well within his rights

Wednesday, February, 7 2018    

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Looking back

Wednesday, February, 7 2018    

Dear Editor,On February 5, 2018, I purchased a book entitled Looking Back: The Struggle to Preserve Our Freedom, written by Joan Williams. It was so enthralling that I spent the entire night reading it. Read More

Why didn't Justice Sykes decline the acting appointment?

Tuesday, February, 6 2018    

Dear Editor, That Justice Bryan Sykes has accepted the position of acting chief justice is, not withstanding his stellar career as a jurist, an indictment on him and raises serious questions about his willingness to act on principle. Read More



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