Whoso Keepeth His Mouth and His Tongue Keepeth His Soul From Troubles

Submitted by Quinzel (BU looks forward to the BU intelligentsia translating this submission) Here is valuable wisdom! If you rule ..

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Whoso Keepeth His Mouth and His Tongue Keepeth His Soul From Troubles

01/13/2014 18:01:52 PM

Submitted by Quinzel (BU looks forward to the BU intelligentsia translating this submission) Here is valuable wisdom! If you rule your speech, you will save yourself from trouble. Your mouth and tongue are two of your greatest enemies. If you …

Owen Arthur ‘Hits’ Mia Mottley, Again – Clyde Mascoll, Clear Heir Apparent, With Kerrie Symmonds as Placeholder

01/13/2014 17:34:08 PM

Submitted by Pachamama The Nation Newspaper today carries the essential components of an internal party memorandum from Owen Seymour Arthur (OSA) to Kerrie Symmonds. A memo which is reported to have expressed a ‘lack of confidence’ in Mia Amor Mo

The Uff Bluff

01/13/2014 17:18:35 PM

Reblogged from AfraRaymond.com: On December 11, I wrote 'Invader's Bay Review' in this space, calling for an immediate public review of that improper large-scale development being proposed on reclaimed State lands in west POS.  I also took the oppor

Barbados Authority Gambles on Sandals Lifeline

01/13/2014 04:25:51 AM

It is now more than two months since the former Casuarina Beach Resort was re-branded as Sandals Barbados and Government granted the company unprecedented extraordinary concessions, creating probably the single largest unlevel playing field the priva

The Back Story on Mia Mottley

01/11/2014 23:04:38 PM

Submitted by Mark Please permit me some space on your blog to share some information regarding the leadership of the Barbados Labour Party (BLP). It must be made known what damage Mia Mottley is doing to this party. Mia has … Continue reading &

Fire Minister Denis Lowe, NOW!

01/11/2014 15:35:16 PM

The following communication is bouncing around in cyberspace. 400 workers gone home from Ministry of the Environment and yet bad boy Minister Dennis Lowe could allow Bizzy and Williams Industries to end up with a Cost Plus 20% contract? What …

The Final Collapse – Debt, Credit, Capital & Investment

01/10/2014 20:00:22 PM

Submitted by Pachamama “There is no means of avoiding the final collapse of a boom brought about by credit expansion. The alternative is only whether the crisis should come sooner as the result of a voluntary abandonment of further credit … C

No Gimmicks

01/10/2014 19:08:16 PM

Submitted by Douglas The DLP is on the right track to restore growth to the Barbados economy. We are having constructive dialogue with stakeholders to implement the tough measures and minimise the impact on those affected. We have started that …

Notes From a Native Son: A Drowning Government Clutches at Straws

01/09/2014 18:41:38 PM

Introduction: Now that we are having the debate over the mismanagement of the Barbados economy and the failure of monetary and fiscal policy, it is important that we turn our attention to the question of the wider macro-economic winds facing …

Sandals Documents

01/09/2014 18:13:04 PM

Office of the Contractor General Writes to Prime Minister to Recommend Halt of Sale of Sandals Whitehouse Hotel to Gorstew Limited Kingston; January 19, 2011; The Office of the Contractor General (OCG) has today written to Prime Minister, the Hon. &#

Aquaponics Versus the Pet Dog

01/09/2014 17:41:11 PM

Submitted by Ready done Aquaponics is the food production system the world is upgrading to from conventional industrial farming. The major problem it solves is that potassium fertilizer taken from mines and used to help crops produces 40% more fruit.

The D in DLP

01/09/2014 17:07:02 PM

Submitted by Dercris In 1992 [former Prime Minister] Sandiford went to Rio to a UN Global Climate Change Conference. He ended his speech with a (very bad) poem he had written Ode to the Environment much to the embarrassment  of … Continue read

Fisheries – understanding the flying fish problem

01/08/2014 17:34:54 PM

If we are going to restructure the Barbadian economy successfully, a radical change in attitudes and government policy in the areas of agriculture and fisheries is required. The objective of this article is to educate readers to the point where ̷

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