It’s high time that the so called leader of the free world should have its first female president. In 2008 Mrs Clinton was pushed aside in favor of Barack Obama, she would have won the presidency that year.
The USA, who has boasted about women’s equality and has all kinds of associations and clubs speaking about the rights of women in the USA, still feels it not the right time for a woman to become president of this great nation.
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So hear this nuh!
27 Years ago when I left Trinidad, everybody was looking fit and Trim, people used to look like ah lamp post. There was very little talk about Aids/HIV. People used to talk bout Pelau, snowcone and Curry Q, Marcaroni pie and Callaloo, Crab and dumpling…….Roti and Aloo pie was available everywhere, so too was Sea Moss, Oyster drink,
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Race Relation issues reached an all time high, when during the recently concluded campaign season for General Elections in Trinidad and Tobago. Accusations and counter accusation were made by both the UNC and the PNM parties.
The United National Congress led by an Indo-Trini and the People’s National Movement headed
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Graduation day is finally here. After 11 weeks of intensive training, Class 15-06 finally became full fledged Station Managers on September 2nd 2015. Station Managers are the frontline uniformed personnel you will most likely encounter when you ride the Metro rail in Washington DC.
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On May 24th 2010, Kamla Persad Bissessar and her coalition partners soundly defeated Manning’s PNM and entered into a political relationship with the citizens of Trinidad and Tobago. The PNM was broken hearted, demoralised and visibly depressed and many felt that recovery from its political tabanca was close to impossible given the overwhelming goodwill and blessings given to Kamla.
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