Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | November 15, 2012
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EDITORIAL - Economic independence: mission unaccomplished
Mr P.J. Patterson, Jamaica's longest-serving prime minister, used Tuesday's parliamentary forum, designed to shower him with encomiums, for a more thoughtful reflection on the country's past, its present predicament, and an uncertain future...

Sex in a bathroom
RECENTLY, THERE was an allegation that two young men were caught in a 'compromising position' in a bathroom at the University of Technology (UTech)...

UTech: Let's pray?
WE ARE still trying to come to grips with the recent vicious behaviour of the students at the University of Technology. When I first heard of it, my thoughts immediately went to other incidents like this, and I became more concerned...

So many Christianities, so little reason
AND IT came to pass that a recent census revealed that Jamaicans are fleeing the traditional churches (Anglican, Roman Catholic, etc.) and flocking the newer denominations (Seventh-day Adventist, Pentecostal, etc.).In a country...


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