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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Note: I am now also writing for the website http://www.rjrnewsonline.com. Please check out my first post on Jamaica and the Caribbean Court of Justice in which I say that twenty years after the seminal report from the West Indian Commission, Time for … Continue reading
Double Olympic silver medalist Yohan Blake has used his Facebook page to address people who have been criticizing his long nails, nails that the British tabloid The Daily Mail referred to as “freakishly long.” Blake, with the somewhat petulant … Continue reading
Between the Olympics and the Independence celebrations. Jamaicans were feeling good. But can we keep that feeling going? Sadly, past experience says no. Thanks to the coincidence of the London 2012 Olympics, and the celebration of Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of … Continue reading
Verdict: Excellent read If the performances of gold medalists Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser of Jamaica, Kirani James of Grenada and Keshorn Walcott of Trinidad and Tobago in the London Olympics excited your interest in Caribbean athletics, or if you … Continue reading
The Jamaican government has, disappointingly, again succumbed to the lure of populism and bandwaggonism (to coin a particularly apt word). Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller declared proudly in Parliament that “help is on the way” for Jamaican Olympic swimmer Alia Atkinson … Continue reading