KINGSTON, Jamaica, March 26, 2022 - At Jamaica's stage of development, with the legal and jurisprudential guidance necessary for our progressive forward movement, a mere two or three petitions annually before our final appeal court constitutes a crisis, and there is no doubt as to the reason for its existence: it is a matter of affordability.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, March 6, 2022 - During a Harvard Law School lecture last April, Justice Stephen G. Breyer of the US Supreme Court made clear that he viewed the judiciary as divorced from politics. Once a judge takes an oath, he declared, "(T)hey are loyal to the rule of law, not to the political party that helped to secure their appointment."
NEW JERSEY, February 19, 2022 - Every 2 years, our Diaspora gets into a frenzy. With their sense of patriotism, the hopefuls participate in meaningful discussions to assist our birthland Jamaica in all areas. We start with a new representative for the region as designed initially, with lead by government of Jamaica functionaries.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Feb. 9, 2022 - On January 24, RJRGLEANER reported scary statistics from the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF). At 112 homicides, we had killed 15 per cent more of ourselves than we did in 2021. Two weeks later, the overall figure looks different. All major crimes at the end of January were down, including murders. Did something dramatic happen?
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, January 25, 2022 - We the Jamaican people are at risk of becoming slaves again. We are a country with 95% black people. It’s a fact that the majority of the black population is at the bottom of the economic pyramid while the 5% at the apex are the minorities who control the economy. We all know that the economy is the superstructure that determines everything else, we also know that those who control the economy rules the country. It is time for majority rule.
KINGSTON: January 14, 2022 -The following are six "Awkward Questions" to Justice Minister Delroy Chuck and Minister of Finance and the Public Service Dr Nigel Clarke, from former Justice Minister and Attorney General A. J. Nicholson, or as he says, "Ah noh Nutten?"
BRIDGETOWN Barbados - January 2022 - This is a follow up piece to the Policy Performance and Outlook (Part 1) by Barbados Underground published last week. Topics coming from the political opposition and others critical of government policy on the campaign trail so far have not clearly articulated economic alternatives and to give hope to an electorate definitely suffering from economic, social fatigue.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados - January 11, 2021 - There was a compelling reason why the overwhelming majority of the Barbadian people totally rejected the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) in the 2018 General Elections and gave the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) all thirty seats in the House of Assembly.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Jan 5, 2022- Barbados Underground - An interesting conversation point that will attract interest is the impact David Estwick, Michael Lashley, Denis Lowe and Richard Sealy will have on the 2022 general election. The four were members of the Freundel Stuart cabinet and the previous government soundly rejected by the electorate in 2018.