Who Is The “Articulate Minority”?

Here is an article by young Belizean journalist Kalilah Enriquez, who is currently working on Jamaican radio. She’s also a writer and a poet. You can find her blog at http://kalilahenriquez.blogspot.com. What on earth are we talking about? Well, as the ongoing controversy continues over the use of National Housing Trust funds (to which Jamaicans contribute … More Who Is The “Articulate Minority”?

Outameni One Confusion, A Sea of Green and A Distinguished Judge: Tuesday, November 18, 2014

The political temperature continues to soar, despite cooling showers recently. One particular issue has dominated the news this week. A political “snowball” effect… Or rather, a very murky fog that seems to be enveloping…yes, you’ve guessed it… Outameni: Inevitably, considering the mess and confusion since the Prime Minister’s “explanation” in Parliament a week ago, lots … More Outameni One Confusion, A Sea of Green and A Distinguished Judge: Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Choppy Waters, Outameni and No Ebola Mistakes, Please: Wednesday, November 5, 2014

It has been a week (or two) from hell for the Portia Simpson Miller administration, it seems. One journalist described the Government’s current state as “drifting.” I would prefer to call it “floundering” from one controversy and faux pas to the other. Is somebody in charge? Some of our Ministers and heads of agencies seem … More Choppy Waters, Outameni and No Ebola Mistakes, Please: Wednesday, November 5, 2014