No justice is no peace. Why Jamaica grapples with a high state of lawlessness and the effect on our nation.
With approximately (fifty) 50% of serious crimes in Jamaica unsolved thousands of families have no justice and this means no peace for thousands of Jamaicans. The budget for the Ministry … Continue reading
When the Jamaica Labour Party took office in September 2007 the Jamaican economy was in free fall decline with ponzi schemes, like Cash Plus and Olint, running amok completely unregulated … Continue reading
The chikungunya virus, also called ‘chick v’, is now ravaging the island of Jamaica, shutting down court cases, crippling productivity and in some regretful instances taking lives from complications associated … Continue reading
Co-chairman of the Economic Programme Oversight Committee (EPOC), set up in May 2013 by the cabinet of Jamaica, Ralston Hyman, was recently defending his committee’s advice to the Minister of … Continue reading
Independence was given too easily to Jamaica in 1962 by the English. Whenever something is given without having to work for it that gift is not appreciated as it should. … Continue reading
The Minister of Finance and Planning, Dr. Peter Phillips, stated emphatically in 2012 that there would be no new taxes. It was the PNP administration that declared before the December … Continue reading
How many times will we have to suffer for the inept management capabilities of Minister Phillip Paulwell? Hopes and dreams of lower energy costs have been delayed again due to … Continue reading