Archive | November, 2016

The Definition of Harassment

By P.J. Malone When Fred Smith, as a part of the Save The Bays Five (STB 5), petitioned the IACHR alleging that they were in fear for their lives and that some had to flee The Bahamas, he was asserting that their human rights were being violated. In fact, without the presentation of any evidence […]

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What Is Fred Smith Thinking?!

By P.J. Malone     The petition filed by the Save The Bays Five claiming that their lives are in danger, and that some of them had to flee The Bahamas, has spiraled into, it appears, another national crisis. This is evidently becoming a habit of Fred Smith (Save The Bays attorney and Director) and […]

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The Genesis of The Battle of The Billionaires

  By P.J. Malone Imagine you discovered a beautiful piece of property, a peninsula surrounded on its three sides by some of the most beautiful crystal clear waters in the world. You are euphoric because it’s ideal for your dream home! You purchase this property on the most southwestern tip of that island in The […]

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“It’s Just The Tip Of The Iceberg”

By P.J. Malone  Fashion mogul Peter Nygard provided impassioned insights into his experience with the machinations of hedge-fund billionaire Louis Bacon on JCN’s “The Platform”.  Nygard shared his unique perspective and gave revealing answers to questions presented during the interview:  “This is just the tip of the iceberg of what’s been going on and what […]

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Bishop Ellis Concerned About Low Voter Registration

With just a few months before the 2017 General Elections, Global United Fellowship President Bishop Neil Ellis on Friday expressed deep concern about the low number of individuals registered to vote.   The latest count brought the number to 56,823 out of 150,000 plus eligible voters.   Bishop Ellis said this low number can be […]

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CMF Organizers On Defensive

Although the Caribbean Muzik Festival was abruptly cancelled last year, organizers of the festival went on the defensive last night as officials insisted that the $650,000 given to the company was spent on promotions and hosting of the event. Attorney for Caribbean Muzik Festival (2000) Obafemi Pindling said that monies received from the Bahamas Ministry […]

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Atlantis Senior VP “Tourism Not Growing”

The country’s leading industry is suffering from anemic growth, according to an industry insider. Atlantis Senior Vice President Ed Fields said that tourism in the country is not growing at the rate it should be growing and is almost shrinking. His comments came while he was a guest on the JCN programme “Jones and Company”. […]

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Minnis Calls For Gray’s Resignation

Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday called for the resignation of Agriculture and Fisheries Minister V. Alfred Gray after it was revealed last week that there is a proposed multi-billion dollar Agri-Fisheries deal between The Bahamas and the People’s Republic of China. “The prime minister said that only he, and he alone could sell or […]

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Roberts: FNM’s Commentary Useless

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts lambasted the Opposition for what he described as its “useless commentary” concerning the proposed $2.1 billion Agri-fisheries deal between The Bahamas and China.   In a press conference held at the PLP headquarters, Mr. Roberts added that the Free National Movement (FNM) has yet to outline a policy […]

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PM Hints At Possible NHI Delay

Prime Minister Perry Christie recently hinted to a possible delay of the roll-out of National Health Insurance (NHI), telling reporters that Hurricane Matthew threw quite a curveball at the government. The scheme’s primary care phase was slated to be rolled out sometime in January. However, during a recent tour of the Public Hospital Authority’s new […]

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