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Monday, August 19, 2019

EYEWITNESS: World Affairs…

…and borders Prezzie took the opportunity to bring before the UN General Assembly, the intransigence of Venezuela on the border controversy they’d raised back in...

EYEWITNESS: Return of…

…the Empire This business going on in London with the “Commonwealth” is getting to be just too ridiculous for your Eyewitness. First of all, there’s...

EYEWITNESS: Independence…

…in Guyana For most of the PNC’s first go at running things in Guyana, they didn’t “big up” “Independence” much; Republic Day was their thing,...

EYEWITNESS: Terror…

…in Gaza and Guyana The world should wake up to what’s going on in the Gaza strip…but sadly the story will only be told from...

EYEWITNESS: Return…

…of kick-down-the-door banditry? We Guyanese have a way with words when it comes to naming crimes, which leaves VERY little to the imagination. “Mugging” doesn’t...

EYEWITNESS: Holding fast…

…on GECOM Chair Your humble Eyewitness isn’t one who likes to crow, “I TOLD YOU SO!” But he has to mention that the outcome of the...

EYEWITNESS: S*itholes…

…and us Attending a meeting to discuss a proposed bi-partisan (Republican and Democratic) immigration compromise, President Donald Trump went ballistic when he saw some accommodations...

EYEWITNESS: Unity

…not even for a day At the flag raising ceremony to usher in Republic Day, President Granger said, “Everyone wins when the nation is united.”...

EYEWITNESS: Ignoring history

…in politics In a very sympathetic letter on the sugar workers’ plight – occasioned by the President’s unilateralism in executing his pre-elections promise to stick...

EYEWITNESS: The fall…

…of Georgetown The Kennard CoI into the Town Clerk’s venality has ripped the scab off the sore that’s the Georgetown Mayor and City Council, and...

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