Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Kartel Chronicles

Two rows of hard benches are placed in the middle of the back of the room. To the right and left of these rows are placed another set of four smaller benches – just as uncomfortable as the first two. … Continue reading

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Injunction refused

One of the main purposes of an interim injunction is to preserve the status quo until a trial of the action. In the recent matter of the undated letters of resignations signed by Opposition Senators before their appointment under the … Continue reading

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When stooping is bad

Inexcusable puerility and sleaze pass for commentary. For what else could account for a man said to be learned in many things including the law taking aim at me in his in attempt to attack a view I share on … Continue reading

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The revolution is yours to start – not media’s

The media cannot lead a revolution for Jamaica. Some of us in media, speak daily based on our consciences and on principles that guide our lives and based on the best information available to us at the time. Invariably media … Continue reading

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Those Nicodemus moments

“I ————–do swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Jamaica, that I will uphold and defend the CONSTITUTION and the laws of Jamaica and that I will conscientiously and impartially discharge my responsibilities to the people … Continue reading

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The Numbers that matter – JLP election

Sunday, the 10th day of November will be a big day for the seventy year old Opposition Jamaica Labour Party, JLP.¬†Cowardice has never been one of my many vices or virtues but where the variables are so uncertain, a prediction … Continue reading

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