Tag Archives: #HeatherCole

Hypocrites and Parasites

One can argue that the state in post independent Barbados has never provided the environment to foster economic independence to the majority black population. Despite this a few black businessmen managed to gain economic independence but the majority of the black population has settled for becoming the employed and never the employers. On the other hand, the minority white population

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Is the House of Cards Falling?

Submitted by Heather Cole I wrote an article which was carried in Barbados Today on October 2, 2015 entitled” Cahill Fiasco Catalyst for Change.” I had hoped back then that the momentum that was gaining strength daily would have been enough not only to cause the government to cancel the project but to announce a general election. However, that did

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Aliis Non Sibi

Submitted by Heather Cole If you faint in the day of adversity, your strength is small. Proverbs Chapter 24:10. Politics is not for the faint hearted. With it comes constant criticism which is good for the soul. One can learn from it and be a better person or be sharper and clearer in pursuit of one’s goals. Even amidst the

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Justice Must Be Served

Submitted by Heather Cole In the game of cricket, there is no victory without a challenge. In athletics no race is won without a challenge and in the court of law, no precedent can ever be set without a challenge. Two recent occurrences prompted me to write this article. The first was a call from a lawyer in Barbados about

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