Saturday, February 22, 2020
Antigua Sailing Week

Humor for holiday stress

By Melissa Martin Instead of a frazzled freak-out around the hectic holidays, what about trying laughter. Not hysterical ‘lose your mind’ chortling or ‘milk coming...

There was a coup d’état in Bolivia!

By Sir Ronald Sanders Called by any other name, there was a coup d’état in Bolivia on November 10.  To be clear, an elected President and...

Montserrat heads to the polls with an outcome too close to call

By Mike Jarvis There’s an intensity surrounding Montserrat’s 2019 election that rivals similar events in the island’s recent history. Voters in the British Overseas Territory go...

Fat-shaming Santa is naughty not nice

The jelly belly of jolly olé St. Nicholas is bothering the diet-obsessed. And they are fat-shaming Santa Claus. Fat phobia has reached the North...

Harvard University’s moral debt

By Sir Ronald Sanders Why does Harvard University in the United States of America (US) have a moral obligation to provide some form of compensation...

Think about what’s between your two ears

By Melissa Martin Do you ever think about what’s going on in the three pounds of tissue inside your skull that sets on the top...

Clemency for battered women in prison

By Melissa Martin Kill or be killed. “On the night he died, after a day of heavy drinking, Andrew Harris sexually and verbally assaulted Mia....

When adults bully adults, kids suffer

By Melissa Martin October is National Bullying Prevention Month on some parts of the planet. “Every day thousands of young people experience bullying from their peers...

Business community stands to lose from de-risking

By Sir Ronald Sanders The business community in the Caribbean – both foreign and local – has made no collective statement and taken no joint...

On Haiti, CARICOM and the OAS

By Bocchit Edmond – Foreign Minister, Haiti Membership of CARICOM and the Organization of American States (OAS) are cornerstones of Haiti’s foreign policy. Since becoming...
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