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Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:Where have we reached after 500 years when Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses of the church door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany? Is it time for someone else to nail another theses on another church door?In the 1920s,...

Masculinity in Jamaica seems to demand the blatant objectification of women by physically assaulting them and using aspects of their bodies to describe them often in sexual ways. You would be foolish to think our university campuses would have men...

THE EDITOR, Sir:On September 26, 2017, Saudi Arabia's King Salman lifted a ban on femaledrivers, reversing a long-held tradition of the patriarch.Western female drivers, on a whole, including Jamaican female drivers, have long enjoyed the sheer...

THE EDITOR, Sir:There was a recent piece of news circulating throughout the media that spoke to the intent of the current prime minister, Andrew Holness, to reshuffle his Cabinet.While a Cabinet reshuffle, similar to the privilege of being selected...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I do agree with the editorial 'Dr Lambert and critical thinking' (The Gleaner, October 17, 2017), that the intervention by the university lecturer will stimulate further discussion on this matter of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Although the US fast-food chain McDonald's Corp no longer have a presence in Jamaica, the United Kingdom arm have come up with a new range of limited hamburger meals under their theme 'Great Tastes of the World'. The range consist of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Look with earnest and bated breath when Chief Tacky, aka Jack Mansong, is officially declared a national hero and join the other seven in the pantheon on Jamaica's storied history.Tacky was a freedom fighter and was a hero for the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It seems I've made a deal with the devil and my iniquity is being recompensed.Since deciding to purchase a vehicle at ATL Automotive, the road has been nothing but hell one crisis after another in never-ending retribution.From...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It was only back in 2013 that then CEO of LIME (now Flow), Mr Garfield Sinclair, was busy on every radio and TV talk show and in the daily newspapers posing as the great defender and 'Value Champion' of lower mobile termination rates...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I have been reading up on British parliamentary procedures for some time now and I have always been interested by the similarities and stunned at the differences.One such difference is Prime...
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