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Grenadians go to the polls in a matter of weeks. The people are murmuring because they are not happy. Common sense tells that we are limping towards a major milestone. The Government we elect in 2018 will take us to fifty years as an Independent nation. By any honest account, the hopes and dreams of […]

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) notes the decision by the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court of Appeal, to dismiss the appeal by the Keith Mitchell Administration against their earlier ruling that prevented the Government from moving to unilaterally acquire the Rex Grenadian Resort. Whilst the party welcomes the decision by the Court as a signal that […]

1) Deliver a New Economy. (2) Create jobs and more jobs for all who are willing and able to work. (3) Provide tablets for every school child. (4) Construct the Kirani James Stadium at Gouyave. (5) Deliver internet access to every household. (6) Provide hundreds of jobs within the first one hundred days of taking […]

Grenada’s Ambassador to Moscow during the Revolution was a professor named Richard Jacob who once described a member of his diplomatic staff as “irredeemably dull”! Jacob of the Old Testament made a ‘coat of many colours’ for his favourite son, Joseph, who was immeasurably brilliant! Last Sunday, the NDC leader seemed irredeemably lost in a […]

While there is a reasonable expectation that one’s higher education should be reflected in one’s work and public utterances, there is no certainty that that would be the case. The duty to ensure a visible and positive connection falls heavily on the one who is trading in the politics on the basis of one’s University […]

Election is once again in the air and I am calling on the Grenadian public to wise up and stop allowing the Keith Mitchell regime to take us for a ride… Again!! It bleeds my heart to see the state at which Keith Mitchell has brought our people.  After twenty three years as Prime Minister […]

Old methods and New Narratives Does this topic disclose an implied contradiction or does it reflect an incomplete state of planning? Yet again, it may well be evidence of transitioning. Uncertainty is one of those conditions surrounding the human mind that can easily lead to wrong assumptions and bad decision-making. However, it can also be […]

GRENADA’S ‘WHITE FOREST’ Things occurring in unprecedented or unexpected ways (coming out of nowhere), at a scale or significance that cause major shifts from the norm, are sometimes considered to be ‘phenomena’. The current challenges by Whiteman and Forrester may well constitute a phenomenon in Grenadian politics. While such challenges sit comfortably at the table […]

New National Party stalwart, Terry Forrester has resigned from the party to become an independent candidate following a decision by the party to not have him run in the constituency of South St. George in the upcoming election. Instead, the nod for caretaker was given to Nickolas Steele who is the current MP for the […]

Two high-profile remnants of the Revolution are enjoying themselves; one talks at will and the other walks at will! Those who watch and listen are not amused. The things that were wrong during the ‘Revo’ were made so by men holding high positions. Today, these remnants of the ‘Revo’ (and others) continue to oil the […]


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