December 3, 2021

Archives for October 1, 2021

Kamala Harris in damage control for failure to reject ‘Ethnic Genocide’ remark

By Charlie McCarthy From Newsmax Vice President Kamala Harris faced backlash after offering supportive words this week to a college student who accused Israel of committing “ethnic genocide.” Harris’ office was doing damage control after the vice president held a question-and-answer session with students while addressing a class Tuesday at George Mason University to mark National Voter Registration Day, Politico reported. […]

Concacaf and FIFA confirm schedule for November’s Final Round matches of World Cup Qualifying

Concacaf and FIFA confirm schedule for November’s Final Round matches of World Cup Qualifying Eight games will be played across November 12 and 16, 2021Miami, FL (Friday, October 1, 2021) – Concacaf and FIFA have confirmed the schedule for the region’s World Cup Qualifying matches taking place during the FIFA Match Window of November 2021.  For the Final […]

Cayman: COVID-19 Update 8AM 1 October 2021, THIRTEEN NEW Positives

As of 8AM Friday, 1 October 2021, the Chief Nursing Officer, Dr. Hazel Brown, reports that 688 COVID-19 tests have been carried out since this was last reported yesterday 30 September 2021. Of these, there were 13 new positives. The breakdown of the positive results are as follows: •           Two travellers In the community there […]

Peter Polack: 5,000 Days on Bail book excerpt

By Peter Polack The day we first went to court my left hand started to shake so much I put it in my pocket like some half-Napoleon posture. It was not the first time this had happened but I feared embarrassment from a client who had put his life in my hands, a justice system […]

CARE Quiz Night Wed Oct 6

CARE – Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts <[email protected]> Quiz night is this Wednesday – 6th October @ Craft

Cayman: $3 Million allocated for TS Grace Farmers’ Assistance Project

From Ministry of Planning, Agriculture, Housing and Infrastructure Grand Cayman – Government has allocated $3 million dollars in relief support for commercial farmers impacted by the recent passage of Tropical Storm Grace. The Tropical Storm Grace Farmer’s Assistance Project is aimed at providing assistance to commercial farmers who suffered loss of income or livestock, damage to […]

US: Justice Alito defends Court’s ‘Shadow Docket’ decisions

By Charlie McCarthy From Newsmax Justice Samuel Alito on Thursday defended the Supreme Court’s decisions with emergency motions and blamed the mainstream media for “political talk about our sinister ‘shadow docket.’” Alito, while speaking at the University of Notre Dame Law School, said recent court actions in major cases were not done hastily or given less […]

Online shopping made easy: A Caymanian’s guide to figuring out if stores dDeliver to the Islands

There’s good news for Caymanians who shop online. A new, free resource is now available on Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac that makes it quick and easy to discover which brands offer shipping to the island nation.  WhatShipsWhere is a free to use shopping discovery tool that clearly informs shoppers as to whether […]

AMANI’S offers the latest in Arab fashion online

Why do Arab Women Love Wearing Hijabs? For Arabic women, wearing a headscarf is a kind of defiance against norms of feminine beauty that require more visibility. This school of thought contends that eliminating clothing for the sake of the male gaze does not imply liberty. According to studies, hijab-wearing women remark that employers must […]

Keyboard Warriors

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio “The pen is mightier than the sword” was first written by novelist and playwright Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1839, in his historical play Cardinal Richelieu. It’s still true today though no one uses a pen anymore. Most of what we read is presented to us not by paper but via a […]