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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Old wine…

…in new (loan) decanters What Barnum said about “a sucker is born every minute” also applies to countries – and they both originate greed. But...

EYEWITNESS: Locking the stable…

…after pharma bolted When they were in the Opposition, the PNC (which morphed into APNU with the fig-leaves of WPA et al) and the AFC...

EYEWITNESS: Martyrs…

…for the people Very few people go out there “courting martyrdom”. But those who try to do the right thing and are killed by those...

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: Barking up…

…the wrong (money) tree There’s a very wise saying attributed to Sherlock Holmes by his creator Conan-Doyle: “When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains,...

EYEWITNESS: Moving on…

…with teaching reforms Your Eyewitness has repeated the caution of the strong possibility of “a slip between the cup and the lip” on the matter...

EYEWITNESS: Spontaneous…

…democratic watchdog? A distinctive (and sick) feature of the PNC’s make-up is its cynicism about democratic norms. This goes back to its founder leader Burnham,...

EYEWITNESS: How does it feel…

…to be manipulated? The Trump-Putin Summit in Helsinki has made the US establishment apoplectic at what they consider their president’s “treasonous statement” – yes, they...

EYEWITNESS: Why give up…

…on Reparations With Emancipation Day just a day away, a letter writer – from the name, Michael A Dingwall, probably a person of African Decent...

EYEWITNESS: Wanting to run…

…without first crawling The RUSAL issue illustrates one of the challenges Guyana has to confront, since it’ll determine whether we’ll all sink or swim. There...

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