September 15, 2023

Paul’s Post : AI

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Paul McGowan When a new technology comes around, especially one we struggle to understand, there’s always a bit of hand wringing and doom predicting. How many of us remember the introduction of the compact disc? Predictions of the ruination of the music, health problems from its aggressively harsh sound, and […]

Windies Cricket: Will everything be alright? – BASIL SPRINGER COLUMN (AUGUST 6, 2023)

Dr. Basil Springer GCM “However, ruined and devastated things may appear to be, God can rebuild, restore and renew.” – Isaiah 61:4 Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Mottley recently inspired hope and excitement across the region for the revival of West Indies (WI) cricket during the 22nd Annual Frank Worrell Memorial Lecture. She challenged Cricket […]

Cayman Islands: Treatment of Cuban refugees a crime against humanity?

By Peter Polack In July 2002 the International Criminal Court was created by the Rome Statute under the auspices of the United Nations which forbade acts of genocide and crimes against humanity. The relevant provisions of the statute in relation to any government officials that forced maritime refugees of all ages in fragile boats back […]

SANDERS: Fearless Fight for Climate Fairness

By Sir Ronald Sanders Showing all the frankness that he demonstrates in his domestic politics, Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister Gaston Browne marched fearlessly like Daniel in the Lion’s Den, when he made several demands in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt where COP27 is being held. At the heart of his presentation was the preservation of the […]

WORLD VIEW: Has CARICOM reached its limits of regional integration?

By SIR RONALD SANDERS From Tribune242 SO FAR in this attempt to answer the question, “Has CARICOM reached its limits of regional integration”, it has been established that, after almost 50 years, the regional project has failed to deliver the commitments expected from the 1973 Treaty of Chaguaramas and its Revision in 2001. In summary, […]

The butchering, botching, and bungling of logic, Martin

By Melissa Martin What is the meaning of logic? 1) a proper or reasonable way of thinking about something: sound reasoning. 2) a science that deals with the rules and processes used in sound thinking and reasoning. Visit  What is up with absurd explanations, ludicrous clarifications, and farcical remarks? My brain is in a continual state […]

Why did places of worship cave during COVID-19? MARTIN

By Melissa Martin  Hindsight is 20/20. In the beginning of the pandemic, I was afraid and therefore easily duped, but also confused as to why places of worship were closed by government mandates, but liquor stores and Walmart stores remained open in the U.S. A citizen could buy booze in a store, but not attend […]

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR:) Connecting the dots, Martin

By Melissa Martin The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR:) Connecting the dots  It’s interesting when you find the same power people are here and there and everywhere in the circle of political influence around the globe.  When you watch the documentary “Monopoly, Who Owns the World?” by Tim Gielen – you begin to notice the […]

Avert the disaster of a lost generation – BASIL SPRINGER COLUMN (FEBRUARY 7, 2022)

By Basil Springer “Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.” – Matthew 19:14 When planning for our children’s development it is difficult to find words that embrace our feelings more effectively than those of the worldwide hit “Greatest love of all”. […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: Checks and Balances-Is it time to change the Electoral System?

By SIR RONALD SANDERS From Tribune242 The second consecutive general elections in Barbados on January 19, at which Mia Mottley’s Barbados Labour Party (BLP) won all 30 seats in the House of Representatives, were hailed as historic. They certainly were for Barbados, but not for the English-speaking sub-region of the Caribbean. The New National Party […]