By: Nicole Best Former Attorney General James (Jimmy) Bristol is advocating for the increase of court fees and more astute management of the system, as a means of helping to alleviate the crisis of the backlog of civil cases in the Grenada court. “We have a very dire situation with […]
By: Nicole Best Less than two years after the controversial death of Grenadian- Canadian citizen Oscar Bartholomew in December 2011, two cases arising out of the incident, are still sitting in limbo as legal luminaries in both the civil and criminal matters await court decisions.
By: Nicole Best Monday 5th November, 2012 Incumbent US President, Barack Obama made a last ditched effort in Florida on Sunday to rake in the votes despite a small protest staged by a dozen Republican supporters outside the McArthur High School where the rally was held.
By: Nicole Best, Miami-Dade, Florida SATURDAY 3RD NOVEMBER, 2012 The state of Florida could prove to be the clincher for the 2012 US Presidential Elections. Both the Romney and Obama campaigns have been focusing heavily on this state which brings in at least 29 votes in the electoral college – […]
By: Nicole Best – MIAMI-DADE, FLORIDA – Wednesday 31st October, 2012 Leader of the Haitian-American Grassroots Coalition (HAGC) Jean-Robert LaFortune says his organization is aggrieved over the inability of the Miami Dade Elections Department to handle Haitian-American voters at the polls.
By: Nicole Best – MIAMI DADE, FLORIDA – Monday 29TH October, 2012 On the second day of early voting in US Presidential Elections in the state of Florida, pastors and church leaders were encouraging their congregation to exercise their rights and go to the polls.
By: Nicole Best – WASHINGTON DC – 26TH OCTOBER, 2012 At least two US political think tanks agree that the state of the US economy is the number one issue in the 2012 Presidential elections and not foreign policy, as is being touted. William Galston of the Brooking Institute and […]