Change is good!
We’ve made some changes in the way we visually present articles at Barbados Free Press and we’d appreciate some input from our readers about the new format – and as we continue to make other adjustments in the next few weeks.
One of our goals is to make the website load more quickly because we understand that, once again, an internet supplier on the island is “throttling” Barbados Free Press to make the website load very slowly. As to why that tactic is happening again, we can only speculate. Continue reading
How much did CLICO donate to the DLP and/or the BLP campaign?
When Mr. Rawdon Adams delivered the 5th Annual Tom Adams Memorial Lecture in March 2010, he spoke a bit on the state of CLICO and the devastating effects on policy holders and Barbados.
Mr. Adams’ 5 minute talk on CLICO is worth listening to a couple of times – especially if you believe as we do that no one will ever be held accountable for any wrongdoing. Continue reading
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