My First Trip To Dublin, Ireland

After nine days, thousands of travel miles, a five-hour time difference and lots of lost sleep, I’m finally back from my amazing trip to Ireland. As I mentioned in a previous post, Ireland had always been on my bucket list and I feel so fortunate that I was able to finally Read More

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PM Can’t Be All Talk Following UN Speech

In life, it’s not enough to just say the right thing. You must also do the right thing. 

Case in point. Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis said all the right things during his climate change speech on the floor of the 74th United Nations Genera Read More

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Time To Strike Oil . . . Off Our List

If we’ve never listened to environmentalists before, I think we need to listen to them now because, as we have learned, ignorance comes at a price.

It’s been three weeks since Hurricane Dorian blew six tank roofs off of Equinor’s oil storage facility at its Read More

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Ok, Destroy The Shanty Towns, Then What?

Some things are easier said than done. Getting rid of our nation’s shanty towns happens to be one of those things. 

Bahamians have been calling on the government to get rid of these informal communities for years, and following the passage of Hurricane Doria Read More

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A State Of Emergency: Ignore At Your Own Risk

I don’t know about you, but I love horror movies. Absolutely love ‘em. The thing about horror movies is that 95 percent of them are predictable. You can tell what’s going to happen. We know that the hot teen girl who wanders off into the woods alone is going to be kill Read More

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It’s Official. I’m Going To Ireland!

In a couple of days, I’ll be on my way to Ireland!

That’s right, these Bahamian eyes will be smiling all the way to the Emerald Isle or as Jay-Z would say, I’ll be bubblin’ in Dublin. 

This is going to be my first trip to Europe, can you believe Read More

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