Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | March 5, 2009
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LETTER OF THE DAY - Buy Jamaican to rebuild Jamaica
The Editor, Sir: Jamaica seems to have some dark economic clouds on the horizon and that has been so for a long time wherein our economy has been in recession for a number of years. Our productivity and even attitude to work have been in free fall while crime ...

BCJ's backward moves
The Editor, Sir:So the Broadcasting Commission is at it again. The light from their halos is now shining on ads that promote sexual prowess. Spare a thought for the makers of Viagra and Cialis, as well as Guinness and Magnum

'Farming fools'?
The Editor, Sir: In what I thought of as a good display of travesty, "the Urban Backyard Garden Programme, designed to foster self-sufficiency in food production, to address the spiralling costs of staples, as well as the island's vulnerability ...

Right on, Mr PM
The Editor, Sir: Prime Minister Bruce Golding's pronouncement in Parliament recently that the country's buggery laws would not be repealed is welcome news to many of us Jamaicans.

Wanted: concrete anti-crisis plans
The Editor, Sir: As usual Ian Boyne wrote an interesting piece in the In Focus section of The Sunday Gleaner (March 1). In response I would like to add the following comments.

Government's role in capitalist economy
The Editor, Sir: It is now an established fact that the United States is not only in the throes of a day-to-day economic dilemma, but is in an ideological crisis as well.

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