November 18, 2017 6:05 am Last modified: 12:21 pm

Editorial

Who do Senators Answer to, and Who do They Respect?

If more than two-thirds of the Virgin Islands' elected representatives in the Senate feel no responsibility to their constituents, whose opinions do they consider?
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Senators Need to do the Right Thing – Set Aside Politics for Progress

That our children should be allowed to languish in the quagmire of our failed school system because of the skin color or origins of the person chosen to salvage it should be outrageously unacceptable to the parents, children and citizens of this territory.
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Senators Need to do the Right Thing – Set Aside Politics for Progress

That our children should be allowed to languish in the quagmire of our failed school system because of the skin color or origins of the person chosen to salvage it should be outrageously unacceptable to the parents, children and citizens of this territory.
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Audience Behavior at Reichhold Embarrassing

We commend the Reichhold Center for the Arts for choosing to bring Shakespeare to their stage Saturday night. The Aquila Theater Company's performance of "Julius Casesar" was sterling –– when you could actually hear it.
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The Charade is Over, Time for Fiscal Reality Check has Arrived

It is not surprising to learn that the financial bunk we were fed by the previous administration was just that.
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The Time Is Now for Off-Island Police Recruits

Holding off on recruiting police officers from off island, while waiting for local candidates to show up, as was suggested this week in the Senate, is pure – and dangerous – folly.
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'Good Vibrations' Abound as Yacht Haven Grande Opens to the Community

Saturday night offered a perfect combination of "good, good, good, good vibrations" and "fun, fun, fun" as Yacht Haven Grande welcomed visitors in the first of two celebrations marking the official opening of a project years in the making.
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Judge Kendall's Release of Convicted Rapist Is Indefensible

What on earth could Superior Court Judge Leon Kendall have been thinking when he allowed a convicted rapist with an extensive felony rap sheet to remain free until his sentencing hearing?
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While Attorneys Twiddle Their Thumbs, PSC Leaves Ratepayers Holding the Bill

We can only assume when the Public Services Commission puts a passel of utility attorneys and consultants on hold, it is costing the ratepayers money.
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Tempers Flare, Engines Fume, While DPW Works 8 to 5

Tempers are flaring, engines are overheating and residents are scratching their heads while the Public Works Department lackadaisically works eight to five on the Kanal Gade culvert project.
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