A tale of Jamaican Origins and how it may impact who we are as citizens.
Can National Notoriety Promote Trade? An interesting development has surfaced in the crucial tourist venues on Jamaica’s main north coast vacationing areas. Information published in Jamaica’s media points to evidence, that our recent success at athletics on the world stage has not created … Read More
The Jamaican Experience – 1900 to 1980 Prior to internal self-government, Jamaica had historically depended heavily on religious orders to provide secondary academic education. The only schooling the state provided was FREE primary education and some teacher training. This teacher … Read More
When Warren Buffett’s made some specific claims in recent comments on taxes paid by the Super Rich; many Economy Gurus’ put their pennies worth forward on the issues. Some offered pro. Others offered con. Among those who offered Pro. Sentiments, … Read More
Man, as ‘Social Animal’, is described prolifically in the annals of academia. The subject matter includes, but is not limited to, his survival traits, his communal strategy and the rules he adopts to promote communal performance and to negate communal … Read More
The Jamaica Gleaner has been publishing a series of editorials titled “The Gangs in Gordon House.” In the latest article we have the suggestion that civil society is disillusioned with the political process. It seems to me that disengagement from … Read More