The Struggle Continues!

By: Lekpele M. Nyamalon The Phrase ‘Aluta Continua’ was the rallying cry of the FRELIMO movement during Mozambique’s war for independence. It was used popularly by the nation’s first...

Let Us All Rally to Save the Southeast!

A concerned and visionary non-governmental organization (NGO), Bridge Rural Communities for Trade (BRCT), has raised a renewed alarm about the terrible road conditions in...

LIBERIA SEARCHES FOR A NEW LEADER

By Counselor Frances Johnson Allison Once again Liberians are poised to go to the polls to elect a new leader (president) for a term of...

Karnwea Finally Resigns as FDA MD—A Privileged Character, Isn’t He?

As we indicated in a recent Editorial, Harrison Karnwea would have been immediately fired the minute it was even rumored that he was about...

Why There is a Need to Provide Road Safety Equipment &...

By Joe Preston Sumo Sr. Introduction Machinery including automobile (vehicles) or anything that is automotive can be very useful, efficient and productive but at the same...

Adieu, Mother Mary Brownell—You Played Well Your Part!

She came from a long line of great and extraordinary women who, like herself, bore the name Mary. These included two saints—Mary, Mother of...

Benoni Urey—Not Perfect, But Rendered Visionary Service to Country—and Self

Let us start this Editorial by calling a spade a spade. Benoni Urey is unquestionably one of the best known names in Liberia. A Cuttington...

A Tribute to Mother Mary Nema Brownell

The Educator, A Pillar of Hope,  The Mother of the Motherless, The Spiritual Mother of St. Thomas Episcopal Church – CJR…. By Rufus S. Berry...

Who Can Dramatically Improve on J.J. Roberts’ Legacy?

He was unquestionably one of our great Presidents. Joseph Jenkins Roberts, a visionary patriot, did not only dream of an independent Republic called Liberia...

Liberians, Seize Your Future: Go Register to Vote Now!

The date for voter registration was extended for a week, giving delayed or reluctant voters one more chance to register. We, therefore, begin this Editorial...