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Thursday, June 20, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Shooting Guyana’s foot…

…with rice Guyanese were, last week, informed by the head of the RPA in Berbice that less rice was planted this crop, because farmers were...

EYEWITNESS: Honing in…

…on crime causation They say crime, like poverty, will always be with us. But some take it farther to claim poverty actually drives people to...

EYEWITNESS: Pappy show…

… on CoI’s Your Eyewitness has to give a “hat tip” to EB John for critiquing the pappy show the Government’s been putting on the...

EYEWITNESS: Tall tales…

…and integrity If there was anything to that Pinocchio story, PM Moses Nagamootoo’s nose should be reaching further than his outstretched hands by now when...

EYEWITNESS: Keeping us down…

…in mediocrity Your Eyewitness sincerely hopes there’s nothing seriously wrong medically with President David Granger, and wishes him a long life. But his decision to...

EYEWITNESS: Nature…

…in a foul mood From the earliest accounts that have come down to us, man has tried to explain the forces – like earthquakes and...

EYEWITNESS: Equal opportunity…

…screwing of GUYSUCO employees Guysuco was the inheritor of the institution that introduced the rigid hierarchical structure of Guyanese society. In the beginning was the...

EYEWITNESS: Holding on…

…to bitter (bauxite) myths One of the constants of politics in divided states is the cultivation, nursing and retention of myths of persecution and oppression...

EYEWITNESS: Moral hazard…

…and Jordan Opposition Leader Dr Bharrat Jagdeo pointed out that by offering tax amnesties to those folks who haven’t paid their taxes, Finance Minister Winston...

EYEWITNESS: Embracing…

…corruption Discussing a rape at York University in Toronto, a Policeman blurted out: “I’ve been told I’m not supposed to say this – however, women should...

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