Jamaica Ranked 3rd in Olympic Tweets

Jamaica’s is all over the the Olympics. Cool Tweetings. Despite ranking 141st in population among world nations, Jamaica is being extremely well represented on Twitter. The Caribbean country ranked only behind USA (190,000 tweets) and Great Britain (180,000) in terms of the number of tweets in support of their athletes over the weekend. –  Source: […]
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Romney’s Clown Show Keeps Hitting New Lows

They say a man is known by the company he keeps, and the company that presidential candidate Mitt Romney keeps is alarmingly toxic. Romney is weird enough by himself; he sprays insults and condescension in all directions, scoffing at well-intended cookies while traveling in America, lecturing Olympics organizers while traveling in Britain, and denigrating Arab culture […]
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Announcing: Jamaican in China! a radiation-free experience!

JAMAICAN IN CHINA! An old-fashioned, radiation-free, “no technology required” experience like no other! In 2011, I returned to Saipan after spending six months in China, Laos and Singapore! It was an adventure the memories of which will last a lifetime! After following the adventure on my blog, a few people wanted it have it all […]
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Hidden Danger at Your Dinner Table

I’m all for research to produce crops that grow faster, are more resistant to pests and disease, and more adaptable to adverse weather conditions. I see it as the only way the world’s exploding population will be fed in the future. So when I first read about the alarm over “genetically modified” food, I figured […]
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The Romneys of the World Have No Conscience

I’m sure Mitt Romney wonders why anyone would question his Swiss bank account and the millions he stashed in the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. As he reiterates: It’s all quite legal. And in his world, it’s all quite moral. In Romney’s world, there are no countries, no communities, just the very rich and those who […]
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The Primrose Path of Tax-Break Economics

Jamaica is approaching the 50th anniversary of its independence from British rule, and I share in the pride all Jamaicans must feel on such an occasion. But I received an email from my friend Madge Marshall this morning that gave me cause for sober reflection. Attached to Madge’s email was an article from The Economist. Here’s an […]
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Who are Those “Anglo-Saxons,” Anyway?

According to an English newspaper, a Mitt Romney “advisor” declared proudly that: We are part of an Anglo-Saxon heritage, and he feels that the special relationship is special. The White House didn’t fully appreciate the shared history we have. Romney denies it, of course. Who wouldn’t? But I wouldn’t doubt that Romney or someone in […]
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