12 November 2004

One week after – some thoughts


Last Tuesday America re-elected George Bush in what has been called the mother of all elections. It probably was, with 3.9 billion dollars being spent...
29 October 2004

25 years of independence – another side


I was somewhat intrigued by the “Vincentian’s” editorial of October 22, “25 years onwards”. As one who frequently harks back ...
22 October 2004

Who said it Was Going to be Easy?


25 years ago on October 27, 1979 the British flag was lowered and the St.Vincent flag hoisted in its place. A new nation was born to take its place am...
15 October 2004

Vincy Heat and theTrammels of Independence


Vincy HeatThe crowd at last Sunday’s football match against Mexico left much to be desired. We might even say that it was conspicuous by its abse...
08 October 2004

Thinking outside the box


The Constitutional Review Commission has produced its second booklet entitled "Looking at Our Constitution: Choices for Change". This booklet was laun...
01 October 2004

Let us continue the dialogue across political boundary lines


The Cross Country Road project is one that has me completely baffled. I believe that in its present form it is ill-conceived and crazy. The question I...
24 September 2004

A Caribbean Icon – Prof. Rex Nettleford


St.Vincent is this week hosting its phase of the Regional Travelling Exhibition organised by the Schools of Continuing Studies with which Professor Re...
17 September 2004

Boggling the mind


The front page story of the September 3 edition of the News newspaper captioned “Teacher harassed, strip-searched at airport” raises many co...
10 September 2004

Ivan the Terrible –


Today, Wednesday, the day this article is being written, is literally the day after and really once again St.Vincent and the Grenadines was saved, the...
03 September 2004

Alarming trends with crime


It is now Wednesday morning and I am sitting before my computer, having come here with every intention of writing a different kind of article this wee...