The inescapable social, political and economic implications of the Lord’s Prayer

“The Lord’s Prayer is Christianity’s greatest prayer. It is also Christianity’s strangest prayer. It is prayed by all Christians, but it never mentions Christ. It is prayed in all churches, but it never mentions church. It is prayed on all Sundays, but it never mentions Sunday. It is called the “Lord’s Prayer,” but it never… Read More

From survival of the fittest competitors to THRIVAL of the fittest cooperators

In  previous blog post entitled Survival of the Unfittest?, I endeavoured to show that our social, economic, and political infrastructures were designed to enable the unfittest among us to survive. I opined: “When we put the local machinations into its global context, we begin to see the death throes of a failing financial and economic… Read More

Updated: A Better and Brighter St. Kitts and Nevis We All Know is Possible

You can download the free eBook versions below for easy reading on your computer, iPad, Tablets and smartphones. They have been updated to include the latest articles as of December 6, 2015. Please share freely. PDF (for Acrobat Reader and other PDF readers) EPUB (for iBook on iPhone and iPad, Google Play Books on android… Read More

Is there any political ethics similar to medical ethics?‏

I am here wondering if there are any ethical principles that guide the body politic (politicians) similar to medical ethics that guide the medical profession?   Just like our actions as health care providers should be geared for the benefit of the patient, is there something out there that guides politicians so that their thoughts, words and… Read More

BANKING AT THE CROSSROADS – Keynote Address Delivered By H.E. Dr. EVERSON W. HULL on November 12, 2015

The 42nd Annual Conference of the Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB)  BANKING AT THE CROSSROADS  Keynote Address Delivered By By  H.E.  Dr. EVERSON W. HULL    Marriott Hotel and Resort Basseterre, St. Kitts.   November 12, 2015  Introduction Chairperson of CAB, Ms. Joanna Charles Chairman of CAB LOC, Mr. Donald Thompson Members of the Local… Read More

Feature Address given at the Basseterre High School Speech Day and Prize Giving Ceremony on November 18, 2015

In 2004, I was honoured to be asked to give the Feature Address at your Speech Day and Prize Giving Ceremony on the Theme, “Building on our accomplishments as we face the future with confidence.”  Over the past 11 years, much in the world has changed, to the point that our knowledge base and skills… Read More

NEW BOOK by Charles Wilkin QC: BREAKING the CYCLE: Politics, Constitution Change and Governance in St. Kitts and Nevis Leading Attorney-at-Law and Queen’s Counsel, Charles Wilkin, makes a fervent plea for the state of St. Kitts and Nevis to break the cycle of tribal politics that has unsettled and hindered the growth and development of the twin-island “federation”. He uses as his starting point, a detailed description and chronology of the political events… Read More

Sexual Investment and Diversity Foundation

Once upon a time, in a land not too far away and closer than you may think, there lived a community of people who were in dire straights.  They did not have the foresight and did not have the commodities, goods and services to attract enough income to provide for their basic needs.  One day, a lawyer from outside came across one… Read More

Who is responsible for your health? You, your health care provider, your family, your community, or your government?

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