19 October 2018
Wednesday Morning Musings

Wednesday Morning Musings


I TRY AS MUCH as possible to avoid going into Kingstown and do so only when I have something to do there. Quite often I run into persons who tell me t...
12 October 2018
Looking again  at Barbados

Looking again at Barbados


I always found Barbados a fascinating and intriguing country, a country labelled ‘Little England’ because of its long interrupted colonial associa...
05 October 2018
Recovering Our Independence

Recovering Our Independence


OCTOBER is the time we celebrate the recovery of our ‘Independence’. Let us never forget that our early ancestors lived in an independent society...
28 September 2018
What do we, in SVG,  celebrate next month?

What do we, in SVG, celebrate next month?


Next week we begin our celebration of the anniversary of the recovery of our ‘independence’. What dowe really celebrate and what goes through our ...
21 September 2018
The harsh realities of Independence

The harsh realities of Independence


As we prepare to celebrate our 39th year of Independence recent developments should force us to reflect on the real meaning of independence and of the...
14 September 2018
That bizarre American soap opera

That bizarre American soap opera


Political developments in the US over the past year present themselves as a captivating soap opera or even a reality show, starring a ruthless preside...
07 September 2018
My Dear Watson

My Dear Watson


Last week was another of those weeks that challenged the nation’s soul. The decision by the US government to recall their volunteers and send them t...
31 August 2018
Further Reflections on Oscar Allen  as I knew him

Further Reflections on Oscar Allen as I knew him


I attended the Oscar Allen “Memorial Emancipation Lecture” and left inspired to continue my reflections on Oscar. Reverend Patrick Perrin’s earl...
24 August 2018
We have long lost our Innocence

We have long lost our Innocence


I wrote this column on Wednesday, August 22. As I started writing, news reached me of another murder; this time, a security guard who while on her way...
17 August 2018
The Ross University issue

The Ross University issue


The recent announcement about the relocation of Ross University from Dominica to Barbados should force us to look at certain realities that our countr...