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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

EYEWITNESS: Imposter…

…in culture One of the sad legacies of our British colonial history is we try to imitate them in all manner of ways – knowing...

EYEWITNESS: Self-interest…

…is national interest A lot of people seem to be getting their buktas and drawers into a knot over China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI),...

EYEWITNESS: Free enterprise…

…and defending it Appearing before the bi-partisan Parliamentary Sectoral Committee on Natural Resources, an Exxon management team, headed by its country director, became quite offended...

EYEWITNESS: Whats to hide

…on the bridge The matter of the new Demerara bridge is getting “curiouser and curiouser” and like Alice, who first uttered that phrase, your Eyewitness...

EYEWITNESS: Remembering…

…our Indigenous Peoples Last Thursday was recognised by the UN as “International Day of World’s Indigenous Peoples” and this year the theme is about their...

EYEWITNESS: Foot and mouth disease…

…spreading Trotman just can’t leave well alone, can he? Now that the energy portfolio – read oil and gas – has been plucked from his...

EYEWITNESS: Tales…

…of moral rottenness Your Eyewitness just can’t take it anymore with this stench from the pus of moral rottenness oozing out of the PNC-led coalition...

EYEWITNESS: Equal opportunity…

…at LG? Frustrated at its messiness and sloth, Winston Churchill once remarked, “Democracy is the worse form of government – save for all the others!”...

EYEWITNESS: Rejecting…

…the water boy We live in interesting times. And your Eyewitness isn’t even thinking of all those interesting Haitians trying to blend in with the...

EYEWITNESS: Conduct…

…and misconduct of public officials Your Eyewitness is still floored by the barefacedness of this PNC government. Three years after they had sneaked into office...

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