...it was made clear to me that a shimmering, fragile crown would have spoiled the glory of the crown she already wore, her hair.
I could take personal commendation for propelling change in the parish where I have called home my entire life, but I will credit it to a collective cry from the Paul Bogle spirited people.
I am confused, frustrated and angry at this government, not just the ruling party; more so everybody that wears a jacket with their ties tied at choke's length on a hot Thursday afternoon. I have been lobbying for my parish, yes the forgotten parish, you know it, the same one from as far back as … Continue reading The Fate of the Forgotten
Five years ago it happened, someone somewhere decided to act out of ignorance and impulse. It had to be someone privileged for the disadvantaged of this country have to work overtime all the time to stay in line. I can remember when it happened, I was a student still, going to the very school as … Continue reading Khajeel’s Maze: the Khajeel Mais X6 Murder Trial
Another issue that has been in the media has again caught my attention, this time it is that of a highway project supposedly intended for destination Portland. Now it is said from reports without being too detailed that this highway was to be stretched from Harbour View in St. Andrew via St. Thomas to Port Antonio, … Continue reading Highway Fever Tek Over Jamaica
Alright so it might start to seem habitual to wait until the sun has set on headlines before sharing my views but this time was not so deliberate. I have been preoccupied in matters much greater so even though I wanted to catch a little heat I was prevented from the blaze. Jamaica's General Election … Continue reading The Election Saga
It was only since recently when an interview was done by an Australian reporter Mel McLaughlin of Chris Gayle that majority of the world heard about cricket being referred to in the form of a sport. On January 4, 2016 Christopher Henry Gayle had just been dismissed from a whirlwind innings where he smashed 41 … Continue reading Don’t Blush Baby