Monthly Archives: October 2012

Hurricane Sandy Visited Jamaica

Hurricane Sandy passed by the southern and east coast of Jamaica on Wednesday. Thankfully the damage was not worse than we all feared. Sandy crept up on us like one those  hidden trojan viruses. Normally, hurricanes heading to Jamaica develop … Continue reading

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Obama vs Romney – The Final Cut

Mitt Romney endorsed much of  President Obama’s foreign policy and therefore handed victory in last night debate to the incumbent. It was the least aggressive of the three debates. The answers given by both men were at times repetitive and … Continue reading

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Obama vs Romney Part 2 – Mitt’s Act of Error

President Barack Obama won the 2nd presidential debate over Republican Mitt Romney held last night in Hempstead New York. It was a clear cut victory for the President whose performance was much more relaxed, assertive and aggressive than the first … Continue reading

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Jamaican Women – 2 Autobiographies

Last week I read autobiographies of 2 Jamaicans female trailblazers in actress Leonie Forbes and journalist Barbara Blake-Hannah.  It was easy to complete both books quickly given neither was over 200 pages.  But what both books lacked in volume was … Continue reading

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Obama vs Romney – The Trilogy Begins

After all the hype the first (of three) US Presidential debate between incumbent Barack Obama and the Republican candidate Mitt Romney concluded last night. The focus of the ninety minute debate was US domestic issues. Romney was the clear winner. … Continue reading

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