The Editor, Sir: The United States of America's report on Jamaica is very welcoming in the sense that it shows us how we Jamaicans are thinking, who doesn't like who, and who is confused and who is not.
The Editor, Sir: When it comes to law enforcement, the United States acts as if Jamaica is the 51st state. The last time I checked, we got Independence in 1962 from England, not them. Any way you look at it, we are a sovereign nation.
The Editor, Sir: As I see it, observance of and respect for the rule of law are pillars of democracy and freedom, which mankind in general, particularly those of us in the Western world cherish most dearly.
The Editor, Sir:I am having a problem with the Jamaica Public Service company.I am the only one living at my house. I am not at home during the day but they keep sending me estimated bills of $12,000 and up.
The Editor, Sir:The often quoted George Orwell statement in the book Animal Farm regarding the relative importance of some individual over others, occupied my mind as I listened to the prime minister's statement to Parliament...
The Editor, Sir: The Dudus issue is not only about Christopher Coke.It is also about the proper interpretation of the Extradition Act. Yet it is not all about the Extradition Act. It is about United States' relations with Jamaica...
The Editor, Sir:We read about them from time to time, these policemen on bail awaiting their day in court, who take advantage of their US visa and their unseeing, nonchalant superiors, to flee to sanctuary and a new start in America.