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Thursday, December 13, 2018

EYEWITNESS: Being honest…

…about PNC politics Unlike others in the commentary business, your Eyewitness doesn’t have a problem with PNC chair Volda Lawrence’s further explication of their new...

EYEWITNESS: Sting of the PNC scorpion…

…and Irfaan Ali There’s the old story of the scorpion and the frog. Wanting to cross a swollen river, a scorpion pleaded with a frog...

EYEWITNESS: Budget Blahs…

…the morning after In the PNC’s first turn at the wheel – courtesy of their serial elections rigging – Budgets were eagerly anticipated. Folks wanted...

EYEWITNESS: Mamaguy….

…Budget These PNC types are so transparent…but then, when something’s in your genes, it HAS to be expressed! Genotypes and phenotypes and all that!! Take...

EYEWITNESS: Sisyphus, his rock…

…and Guyana You remember the ancient Greek story of Sisyphus; don’t you, dear reader? A real “wise guy”, Sisyphus thought he could pull a fast...

EYEWITNESS: Pushing…

…the President? The Press Officer of President Granger has announced he’s “fully back at work”. Your Eyewitness is very worried. What does “fully back at...

EYEWITNESS: Rattling…

…the APNU/AFC coalition The way they jumped for cover, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo might as well have lobbed a grenade amongst the members of the...

EYEWITNESS: The morning after…

…the LGE storm Now that the LGE results are out, there’s a lotta folks out there getting “belly-wuk”– all from the AFC and PNC camps. The...

EYEWITNESS: Whimsical…

…ruminations on Whim Your Eyewitness isn’t going to crow “I told you so” about the AFC results in Whim – a complete rout! – which...

EYEWITNESS: Lifting the veil…

…on PNC’s voting focus The PNC – still using the fig leaf name “APNU” – had its last rally in Georgetown to fire up its...

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