Archive for June, 2015


Monday, June 8th, 2015

One way to overcome this predicament of party political power which I do not think is doing small countries of the Caribbean any good, is to stop the tug-of-war that takes place between the members on either sides of the political divide. Would it not be more sensible to change the constitution and use the slender political resources to move the country forward?


Saturday, June 6th, 2015

May all leaders, amidst the turmoil of multitasking and complex problem solving, slow down the mental processes of thinking, planning, and analyzing. Let their minds become still; let their brains rest, concentrate and listen to the messages of renewal from God.


Saturday, June 6th, 2015

Then there is the business of West Indies cricket where we make blunder after blunder and disgrace ourselves in the eyes of the world. The latest of these is the treatment of a cricket stalwart, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, as he ends his illustrious 20-year career for the West Indies. He is only exceeded by Brian Lara as the most prolific scorer for the West Indies. He has 30 test centuries and a batting average of 51.1. He is allowed to fade into the sunset without even so much as a courteous farewell. What manners! What governance, notwithstanding the divergent views of some of our cricket legends.