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On Wednesday January 21, members and supporters of the People’s National Movement gathered at the Scarborough Esplanade for an evening of praise and thanks. 

What a stadium we livin in!

Written by Sunday, 25 January 2015 00:49

I actually smiled when I saw the headline news and the People Meter Question on Thursday 15th January 2015.

Contrary to popular belief, the practice of politics is not exclusive to politicians like myself.

2015 General Elections and ‘Emailgate’

Written by Saturday, 17 January 2015 15:50

For some unknown reason, I have started thinking seriously whether there should be General Elections in this country before the truth behind ‘Emailgate’ unfolds. 

There are men who walk the earth quietly, unobtrusively, almost diffidently, but still succeed in leaving deep and lasting footprints.

Please stop insulting Mr. Robinson - part 2

Written by Saturday, 10 January 2015 22:24

I feel compelled to continue from where I left off since my research into the so-called “Robinson Event” uncovered some troubling issues.

On November 2nd the Tobago Council PNM wrote an article (A Question of Illegality) concerning the commitment  from Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissesar to investigate incursions by the Ministry of Tobago Development and other areas impacting Tobagonians.

Tobago Regional Coordinator’s New Year message

Written by Sunday, 04 January 2015 06:29

ONCE again, I am honoured to bring you greetings, as well as reassurance at this special time, on behalf of the Tobago Regional Council of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP). Despite the challenges in 2014, we kept faith with you, the people of Tobago.

THE Tobago Council of the People’s National Movement thanks all those who would have contributed to the development of the island and its people over the last year.

Please stop insulting Mr. Robinson

Written by Sunday, 28 December 2014 03:27

I hope that I will be forgiven for my blunt start, especially in this Yule Tide Season, but I must keep the chalice burning, given the apparent intentions of the political vampires in the Tobago Forwards who are bent on sucking the bone marrow of Mr. Robinson during the period in which his soul ought to be resting in peace.

The survival and enhancement of the democracy in any country is linked to the level of involvement and discernment displayed by the population.

The raging bull vs the dying bull

Written by Saturday, 20 December 2014 16:51

All butchers agree that the most lethal blow that one could ever receive is a kick from a dying bull. Given the current events which are being played out between the Leader of the Opposition and his predecessor, it seems that the leader of the opposition would be the recipient of such a kick before the ole Patos rides out into the political sunset.

A glance beneath the surface

Written by Sunday, 14 December 2014 00:42

The Tobago Forwards has been launched, and congratulations are in order. Does this mean that I made the wrong call given my recent pronouncements?

Social scientists are agreed that there is a classic cycle of abuse involving both the victim and the abuser. The victim, after enduring years of abuse, finally makes the decision to leave the relationship.

One of the most tragic lessons of history is that political apathy has facilitated governmental abuses of every kind and blighted the future of countries, races, sectors and individuals throughout the world, and down through the ages.

The moment of truth has arrived

Written by Monday, 01 December 2014 07:36

At the time I wrote last Sunday’s article I had absolutely no idea that there were planned meetings of the TOP or the Tobago Forwards on Sunday 23rd November 2014.

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