May 22, 2019

Standing up for human rights in the Caribbean

By Esmeralda Arosemena de Troitiño From Caribbean News Now This is a particularly special year, as the Commission is celebrating its 60th year and it is the first time in our history that the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) is holding a period of sessions in Jamaica and in a CARICOM country. We have […]

UK FCO responds to Foreign Affairs Committee report, provides reassurance that it has no plans to intervene on belongership, voting rights or same sex marriage

From Cayman Islands Governor’s Office FCO responds to Foreign Affairs Committee report, provides reassurance that it has no plans to intervene on belongership, voting rights or same sex marriage The Governor’s Office announced today that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has responded formally to the report published earlier this year from the UK’s Foreign […]

The Editor speaks: Mothers

Today (Sunday), as I write this, it’s Mother’s Day. A very happy and blessed day to all mothers. Every mother deserves the highest praise and every one of us who have had the privilege and joy of having a mother should thank you from the bottom of our hearts. A mother’s love is endless. There […]

Happy Mother’s Day!

By Dr. James Dobson I do hope that our listeners will do something specifically loving and caring for their mothers. I know it would mean an awful lot to the moms who are out there to have expressions of love and care. Do you know that I dedicated Dare to Discipline to my mother? For a […]

Bungling Blind Date

Bungling Blind Date producers send two bisexual male contestants on romantic break… to Caribbean island where gay sex is ILLEGAL By Emer Scully From Daily Mail UK A popular dating show sent two bisexual men to the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia – where gay sex carries a prison sentence of ten years. Jordan Shannon […]

How to be romantic on a budget

From South Florida Caribbean News There are many couples these days that do not have much money to spare, and as a result feel that they cannot afford to do romantic things. Well, one thing to bear in mind is that romance is not about what you buy or where you are – it is […]

Cayman Islands Premier begins meetings in London

LONDON – Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin met separately on Wednesday with Ben Wallace, Minister of State for the Home Office and Ben Merrick, Director of the Overseas Territories Department of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Accompanying Premier McLaughlin was Chief Officer Eric Bush of the Ministry of International Trade, Investment, Aviation and Maritime Affairs, and […]

Cayman Islands: Mental health for men and for business

From Inspired Lifestyles with Donna Mental health is center stage in the medical and  HR worlds for 2019. For good reason.Depression, anxiety, hopelessness and suicide are an everyday reality for many people.Evidence indicates 80-87% of physical, mental and emotional health problems are in response to thoughts. You most likely know this:                              People who say their jobs are “stressing them” list […]

The Editor speaks” Why does a joke get more criticism than a direct appeal to obstruct a lawful ceremony? Hypocrisy!!

It just baffles me that 160 people can comment on a joke they considered in poor taste (on the CNS website). However, a directive from an MLA to cause a disturbance by attending uninvited to a same-sex wedding and objecting, passes by with hardly a comment. There is not even a condemnation from a single […]

Petition: Keep Marriage Definition in the Cayman Islands to remain between one man and one woman

Cayman Islands People-Intitiated Referendums PETITION UPDATE LGBT radical sex education curriculum being pushed in overseas public schools on 5-year old children 12 APR 2019 —  QUOTED (0:58 through 7:46 in the video you can download at web link below): “It’s called SOGI for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identification, a curriculum that teaches public school children […]