The TCI Journal is my hero. I try to read the TCI Journal every day. Each daily exposure is for a West Indian what the cathartic effect must have been in old
Just today, I was looking at the several items published on 4 June. I have to urge you to read them yourselves to see what I am talking about.
I started with a letter from W Hurd on Freedom of the Press. His quotations ably illustrated the points he was making. I was particularly struck by Adlai Stephenson’s “My definition of a free society is a society where it is safe to be unpopular.”
John Hartley’s Letter from London reminded us how the political crisis now playing out in
Diana de Gara’s heart rending call for Patience took my breath away, as all her writing inevitably does.
And then I read Shawn Malcolm’s account of the proceedings in the Supreme Court yesterday. Some 15 lawyers from
May they all burn in eternal hellfire.