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April 03, 2011


Bob Knaus

Simon, your commentaries about politics are written in the style of a sermon. What does that tell you about the separability of church and state in the Bahamas? If you, as a journalist, cannot unmix them, what do you expect of politicians and preachers?

Nick Higgs

Is there anyone you have in mind or a specific incident? I don't understand the principal behind not naming this "prominent Bahamian Religious leader".

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