I was barred from entering the O’Meara campus yesterday [15 November 2-18] by security staff. The staff was professional and courteous, explaining that the orders had come from the President that I was not allowed to enter O’Meara. No reason was given. I have no complaint with how the security handled this sensitive issue. But there is one aspect toRead more
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We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope. Martin Luther King, Jr. Fifty two years in the life of a country is short. In the coming days as the 30 of November approaches there will be a commentary about the what we have achieved as a country and the prospects for the future. For the first time inRead more
There is a concern by advocates of the rights of men that our legislators are not doing enough. The 130 page White Paper on the Child Protection and the Maintenance Act is an opportunity to defend the rights of men as it relates to Parental Alienation Syndrome. It is accepted that decisions handed down by Barbados Courts are are inRead more
This is one of 3 initiatives es that is being planned to assist the island in the short, medium and long term. Combined with the other 2 initiatives, we will be well on our way to the much-needed economic revolution in Barbados. The idea of the meeting turn is not new but putting it under a nationwide umbrella and onlineRead more
As a consulting Engineer, I always provide my clients with my best professional advice, which they have options of accepting or rejecting. Unless it is an imminent safety concern, I try not to get emotionally involved in any advice that I give. There are real consequences to providing sub-standard engineering advice. For example, it can be fatal to the personsRead more
Submitted by Pachamama The Black-African trained, philosopher, Plato concluded that Greek education was only ‘fit for pigs’. Another Greek, Socrates, also educated in Kemet, considered paideia, or deep education, as singularly worthwhile. Both Plato and Socrates were educated for decades at the feet of Black-African scholars. From the Pre-Dynastic Period to the 30th Dynasty, these were the inventors of theRead more
In six short months, Minister John King has revealed a previously uncaring side that was not readily apparent during the last elections campaign, by displaying a callous lack of empathy for persons that have been retrenched from the public service. According to the Sunday Sun of November 11, 2018, he stated that we were wasting a lot of time talkingRead more