Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | November 12, 2012
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EDITORIAL - Messages beyond the presidential ballot
Post-election analysis in the United States has focused, mainly, on the victory of a political theory that privileges ethnic diversity over a white male hegemony, and socially responsible governance over ultra-laissez-faire Big Business....

Save jobs, emulate JCF Conservation Unit
The catastrophic global recession and our critical need to comply with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) stipulation of reducing public-sector spending (including, perhaps, reducing the public-sector...

Republicans go to the woodshed
It is hardly surprising that the United States' Republican Party has been asking itself hard questions since last Tuesday's elections...

Why Jamaicans love Barack so
When Barack Obama won a second term as president of the United States in last week's elections, it wasn't exactly a huge surprise...

One-term gov'ts .... Unless Christ is in the vessel
Everyone wants to see change, locally and globally, in every sector. But before the change can come and the problems - the economic woes, crime, corruption, and poverty - can be addressed, people must first be willing to embrace a change in their way of thinking....


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