HUFFING AND PUFFING OVER GANJA

April 19, 2017

I’m constantly dumbfounded at the hypocrisy of our public health institutions.

The things they get into a flap over Read the rest of this entry »

AN INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND?

April 16, 2017

Jamaica is hopelessly out of whack when it comes to this vexed issue of child sex abuse. Read the rest of this entry »

DANCING WITH TAMBOURINES

April 9, 2017

As usual, when Jamaicans have a conversation about sex, it all goes sideways. Read the rest of this entry »

WEAPONS OF MASS DISTRACTION

March 31, 2017

If ever there was proof we urgently need a constitutional prohibition against the persistent imposition of taxation Nicodemus-style without representation, this budget is it. Read the rest of this entry »

TAXED TO DEATH

March 28, 2017

Sometimes I wonder if we appreciate how much tax we actually pay and for what collective or personal benefit.

P.A.Y.E. workers pay Read the rest of this entry »

EASY SQUEEEZY

March 21, 2017

In Apocrypha, that fantasyland beyond the clouds, Government was in a pickle.

Finance Minister R.U. Shaw’s budget preparation wasn’t going well Read the rest of this entry »

STOP TREATING JUDGES LIKE YOUR LACKEYS

March 17, 2017

It seems 2016 Dunce Move Award winner, Delroy Chuck, can’t get enough of the taste of shoe leather.

Back in March 2016 (barely in power long enough to distinguish between his portfolio and frozen water) Read the rest of this entry »

LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR AND HIS VYBZ

March 12, 2017

The following story is true.

The names have been changed to protect the guilty. Read the rest of this entry »

2017 CHELTENHAM PREVIEW

March 12, 2017

It’s the third week in March and that means only one thing namely the Cheltenham Festival.

Unusual spring weather again this year (climate change is NOT a hoax) finds the meet should start on good to soft going Read the rest of this entry »

BEST PICK FOR PNP LEADER

March 3, 2017

So, Lisa Hanna seems intent in separating herself from the pack and proving she’s a genuine national leader. Read the rest of this entry »