May 28, 2020

OPINION: Is the ULP education revolution a fraud? Or simply an embroidered lie?

By Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green, May 26, 2020. It is ‘A’ typical for left-wing leaders, more so those with Marxist tendencies to use emotive projects to stay in power. Education, low-cost or free social housing, and exceptional medical facilities are usually what they choose to fool the electorate into thinking they are God sent messengers. In […]

Adjusting to new worlds

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio  have now been on this planet for 72 years and in that time I have seen some radical shifts: the Cuban missile standoff, the assassination of our president and his brother, men walking on the moon, commercial jet travel, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Beatles, hippies, Vietnam, […]

COMMENTARY: Stranger than Granger

By Joel Liburd When the world looked on as Guyanese went to the polls two months ago, no one could have predicted today’s predicament. The election date itself was shrouded in controversy for months, triggered by a no-confidence vote in the national Parliament that led to the great debate, which was finally settled by a […]

OPINION: Are they preparing for another round of election fraud and bribery

By Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green, May 18, 2020 As sure as God made little green apples, the giving away of building materials immediately before an election in SVG to influence the outcome of that election is bribery and is illegal. Everyone involved that knows the truth is guilty of a crime, the arranger, negotiator, giver, the distributor, […]

BASIL SPRINGER: Stay at home – A new norm?

(MAY 18, 2020) By Basil Springer STAY AT HOME: A NEW NORM? – BASIL SPRINGER COLUMN (MAY 18, 2020) Do everything in love.” – 1 Corinthians 16:14  Those of us who are occupied as housewives or househusbands, are retired, home-school children, have a virtual job enabled by digital technology or conduct business from home, tend to naturally […]

COMMENTARY: The departure of Patches

By Joel Liburd Team Unity’s Minister of Infrastructure (among other things) thinks he’s going to get another five years to wreak havoc on poor people, the treasury and good governance; and in no particular order to boot. It’s curious that the Number One constituency seems to always breed an Infrastructure Minister; previously it was the […]

Trees falling on deaf ears

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Things happen whether we accept them or not, like the old question about trees making noise when they fall. What would happen if we framed the age-old question of measurements vs. subjectivity differently? Instead of stating what we cannot do—if you can’t measure it it doesn’t exist—why not ask—what […]

Chris’ Corner: Checking your P.O. Mail Boxes

By Christopher Johnson By now many of you are checking your mail boxes to open the mail from your loved ones as well as facing bills from your suppliers which are difficult to pay. But wait what about those firms that keep their mail box keys in the office. Because you cannot go to your […]

High-end ketchup

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Tomato ketchup is a worldwide staple. It’s a sauce that’s more often used as a condiment to enhance (some would say cover-up) greasy foods like French fries or hamburgers. Original recipes used egg whites, mushrooms, oysters, grapes, mussels, or walnuts, among other ingredients, but the unmodified modern recipe refers […]

Reparations, or ‘Let Off suppin’?

By Ewin James The discussion about reparations and efforts for reparations to black people for slavery,  won’t go away and I’m tempted to ask, do people really want to settle the matter of the horrendous treatment of our black forbears, or do they want rich countries to give us a hand out- ” let off suppin”? […]