Unraveling local politics

The emailgate issue that stemmed out of the no confidence motion has shown the length and breath of local politics. Dr. Rowley planted a bomb that may very well explode in his own face. It is important to note that there was clearly a hidden agenda behind all of this. I find it...
Posted On 13 Jun 2013
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Opposition propaganda

This new apparently scandalous information about cameras at the Director of Public Prosecutions’ office is such an obvious smoke screen planted in the daily press by the People’s National Movement. How on earth could you not assume, in this day of modern technology and security...
Posted On 12 Jun 2013
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People laughing at PNM

Unfortunately I’m listening to Faris Al Rawi on Morning Edition. This man definitely knows how to sugar coat issues and make a mountain out of a molehill.
Posted On 12 Jun 2013
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Dr Rowley and his Trapdoor

People does look for their back door when trouble that come in through the front door take on the appearance like it would overwhelm them. What Mr Rowley was doing looking for back door? The only answer I could come up with is that he was trying to ease himself out of the jamming...
Posted On 11 Jun 2013
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Emalgate to Backdoorgate

To the media houses and personalities, Apart from producing rolling eyes and hilarity, Dr Rowley’s frenzied attempt to whip up favourable sentiment by backdoor methods evidences another insidious national pastime, one that’s not funny at all—the inadequacy/absence/blockage...
Posted On 11 Jun 2013
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AG response to Express letter “What achievements, AG?”

Letter written in response to criticism of the Ministry of the Attorney General’s achievement booklet, which was featured only in the hardcopy of the Trinidad Express yesterday and not the online version. The letter criticising the Ministry of the Attorney General however...
Posted On 09 Jun 2013
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Something must be right in T&T

During the course of the last two weeks, this nation has witnessed an unprecedented occurrence in its young history. Leaders of the world’s two largest economies, the US and China, were on our shores, one after the other! What does this means to us as a developing nation? If...
Posted On 06 Jun 2013
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Recent visits should make us proud

Any citizen who has been following the diplomatic developments taking place in Trinidad and Tobago would realise that much is being done to the benefit of our country. However, there are those who believe negative criticism is the way forward.
Posted On 06 Jun 2013
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Name the email source

THE EDITOR: In the malpractice insurance business, there’s a principle called “subrogation”, which provides that, for a premium, professionals could hide behind the insurer whenever a claim against them arises. In the media business, originators of information can legitimately...
Posted On 04 Jun 2013
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End of days for Rowley?

The e-mail game gripping the nation for the past ten days has revealed the true state of the once great Peo­ple’s National Move­ment (PNM). The Oppo­si­tion Leader’s unpopularity within his party is greater than I believed it to be.
Posted On 01 Jun 2013
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