-My government can respond, I’m sure My “working-class” here refers to the thousands of Guyanese actually holding down some type of employment in the country’s public or private sector.
-Bishop “Brev” – and a cane-cutter’s thoughts The primary objective herein today is to express my conditional support for the latest governmental initiative to confront, lessen or eliminate gender-based abuse, domestic violence.
-85,000 Hindus, Christians for Mash 2011 Just last Friday I had opined that the typical working-class Guyanese citizen cares little about (macro) economic issues or the more sophisticated even if necessary, questions of fiscal management – or our foreign policy.
On Traffic – And Politicians at Sport Admittedly, these are, in the main, recycled thoughts from an earlier column on the issues published four years ago.
– spousal killings, defence duty It could be the unfortunate legacy of our “culture of lateness, late-coming and delay”.
Those poor Gecom chairmen Just before I offer you brief comments on the (vexed) issue of National Registration, I allow myself an observation about our census.
– Retaliation? Responsibility? Readers, citizens will be aware of numerous charges and allegations of favouritism and outright, studied, discrimination by this government, its agencies and its officials with decision- making authority.
Oh dear, here I go breaking and breaching my own self-imposed rule: “try not to join in offering comments on current robust issues and controversies which are attracting the daily attention of those much more analytical, erudite and intellectual than I can ever hope to be, or become”.
-And National Songs, National lies Yes here I go again with one of my occasional opinionated, lecture-type pieces.
Frankly Speaking… By A.A. Fenty I nearly wrote “Ho-Hum”. Because it’s Emancipation time again!