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The way I see it

The way I see it, the national weight loss campaign which begins in earnest next week in Nevis, is a laudable idea. It is no secret that a fair portion of our population is on average, OVERWEIGHT or…

The way I see it

The way I see it, making New Year resolutions are generally an exercise in futility. They are normally well intended hot air—more bark than bite. From experience, I have learnt that while making such…

The way I see it

The way I see it, human beings just love TO GET MORE. There is something about GETTING that thrills our very souls. I think I told you about my observations one day while I was recording a horse race…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, we as human beings learn mainly from experimentation. Oh no, I am not downplaying the significance of all of the wonderful theories written in the popular books of the past and…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, when the criminal element within our society, step up to another level in their depraved intentions to swindle the remainder of civil society, we who are minded to remain as law…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, leaving a positive legacy is important. I am of the committed viewpoint that God placed each and every one of us in this world, for a specific purpose and that ultimately that…

Commentary – NRP Massive: All Hands On Deck.…

By Hastings R. Daniel Well I Hastings R. Daniel has not attended a NRP Convention for seventeen (17) years. Indeed the first one I attended I was elected Party Secretary. Even when I attended in…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, children should be brought up in the way of the Lord and should be TAKEN and not SENT to church, from the time they are born and then continually encouraged in the way of the Lord.…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, our seniors, or better put, our OLDER PERSONS, ought to be celebrated in a big way for their countless sacrifices and contributions to the welfare of our fair land. As we celebrate…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, the sustainable development goals as established by the United Nations, with the year 2030 designated as the year by which all 17 goals should be achieved, are not really reinventing…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, thirty-five years of independence as a nation, ought to give us lessons in being more self-reliant as a people. I was asked to give the feature address at the Gingerland Secondary…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, spontaneity can SOMETIMES be, the spice of life. I already had my Independence Day celebrations DOWN PACKED. I originally planned to get to the ET Willet Park early. After all, a…

Judging the Caribbean Court of Justice

Startlingly, eight of the ten Commonwealth countries that still cling to the Judicial Committee (JC) of the Privy Council as their final court of appeal are Caribbean Community (CARICOM) states.…

The Way I See It

The way I see it, we must get on our knees and thank God for sparing us from the potential ravages of another Tropical storm. In this case, ISAAC. However, in thanking God, we must come to the…

The way I see it

The way I see it, we have a God given responsibility to take care of our environment. Further, the way we take care of our environment, will either HELP us or HARM us. Earlier this week, I commenced a…