Christopher Famous: Despite political differences, I have come to respect and somewhat admire OBA chairman Thad Hollis.
Larry Burchall: In the end the whole affair is fizzling out. One Premier lost, one Attorney General resigned, two or three lawsuits initialled, and $348,000 not accounted for.
Elaine Murray: It is patently unfair to have Permanent Resident Holders bear the brunt of criticism and hate lobbed at them for a condition that they did not create.
Jeremy Deacon on Friday lamented Bermuda's driving habits, quoting the police - "You're more than twice as likely to die on the roads as in a gang-related murder."
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On July 4th, 2014, a motion was passed in the House of Assembly of Bermuda requesting a Commission of Inquiry into “theft of property, dispossession of property and adverse possession claims” and “recommendations for any victims of wrongful action to receive compensation and justice”.
When we look at what “Standing Strong for Bermudians” looked like in 2011, it is clear that this protest is not about democracy or resolution of injustice. Instead, it is about the PLP’s relentless pursuit of political power by any means necessary, even if it means having our democratically-elected Parliament …
Eron Hill: How dare the Governor have the audacity to affront democracy in such a way by denying an inquiry? It was arrogant in my humble opinion...
Cole Simons: I question whose interests are really being served with the PLP's boycott of Parliament.
Larry Burchall: There is no time for political stunts and farce. On any one of those 5000 plus days the PLP were in power they could have independently ordered a Commission.
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Chris Famous on Wednesday has entered World Cup withdrawal, but now has his sights on the main event that's more divisive than politics - Cup Match!
Glen Smith: Sometimes, in the spring, it's hard to see the first green shoots of what will become the summer’s abundant growth.
Christopher Famous: I tip my hat to the Deputy Speaker of the House, Suzann Roberts-Holshouser, for being the only OBA MP to stand up for Bermudians and vote on the side of morality.
Nandi Outerbridge: Bermudians are different. They see suffering and want to help. They feel a personal responsibility to help those in danger, or in need.
Granting status to PRC holders would place them in direct competition with Bermudians for employment while many educated, talented, and capable Bermudians are unemployed.
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The Bermuda Sun bids farewell...
JUL 30, 2014: It marked the end of an era as our printers and collators produced the very last edition of the Bermuda Sun.
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