Mon | Jun 18, 2018

Letters

The EDITOR, Sir:Most European cities and some in the US had a terrorist attack over the last decade. Those cities are usually on high alert, but it happens. Imagine where there is no heightened security and terrorist profiling is not high on the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I read the article with nervousness and trepidation, but soon find myself agreeing with Lennie Little-White's view of religions.Like Mr Little-White, I was brought up a Presbyterian who believed that the 'white' Jesus will descend...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I am so upset with how we Jamaicans are treated by those immigration officers at the airport when we visit our families in Jamaica.I am a born Jamaican living in the United States for a number of years. I never forget my country and...

THE EDITOR, Sir:As the abortion debate continues, I have heard, once again, calls for a referendum to decide on changes to ordinary legislation.I find this both curious and sinister, as referenda seem to be the go-to suggestion for all controversial...

THE EDITOR, Sir:In late April, I called the office of Central Manchester Member of Parliament Peter Bunting to make an appointment to see him. I was told that no appointment was made over the telephone and that I should come in with IDs. I was...

THE EDITOR, Sir:We must give greater attention to the Jamaica Combined Cadet Force (JCCF), which might very well be the tool to maintain our social fabric.My time as a member of my high-school cadet unit was perhaps the most crucial time of my...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The controversial naming of the North-South leg of Highway 2000 in honour of Edward Seaga shows that political expediency has no boundaries of fair play, honesty and common sense.According to many unbiased Jamaicans, the naming of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Most Jamaicans are unaware of the role that they will have to play in preserving their health. While it's true that we currently have approximately 350 health centres islandwide, there is still a need for a radical change in how we...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Along with the proposal of using National Heroes Park as the location of the new Parliament building, yet another one of our major public green spaces is also not being used for the purpose it was originally intended. Hope Royal...

THE EDITOR, Sir:A proud moment and one of tremendous significance in Jamaica's history. Yesterday, the North-South link of Highway 2000 was officially renamed after former Prime Minister Edward Seaga.A moment of great pride for the man himself and...
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