|LETTER OF THE DAY - Poor example from politicians
The Editor, Sir: I read Mr. Seaga's article, 'The School of the Future', in the July 1, 2007 edition of your paper andI feel compelled to make a few comments. Mr. Seaga is right, "There is an urgent need to reform the curriculum of the education system...
Does charisma really matter?
The Editor, Sir:As experienced a politician as he is, Bruce Golding blundered by raising the charisma issue. After all, this is Jamaican politics. During the 1970s Jamaica was led by the most charming of all, The Most Honourable Michael Manley.
Cops need retraining
THE EDITOR, Sir: The recent incident at Ardenne High once again underscores the need for the society to take a careful look at the operational procedures of our law enforcement officers who are agents of the state. There is the need for those who are charged...
NOTE-WORTHY: A litany of fears
I grew up in an era when even though we were for the most part materially deprived, we had hopes of at least living to see greater times, and perhaps even more prosperous ones. These days I am afraid even to leave my home for fear of not been allowed to return.