Rudolph Johnson’s Proposal for National Conference Is the Right Approach

Rudolph Johnson, former Minister of Foreign Affairs, was quite analytical in his speech to Liberians hailing from Grand Cape Mount County living in North...

NEC Is the Cause of Accusations against Itself

Charles Walker Brumskine of the Liberty Party (LP) is the first presidential candidate to raise qualms (misgivings) with the National Elections Commission (NEC) for...

The 2017 Election: What Can We Learn from the Process?

The 2017 election has many things to consider. In one of our Editorials during the campaign, we emphasized that crowds were not a determining...

Editorial: Weah’s Impressive Early Lead

The National Elections Commission (NEC) yesterday announced the first early results of the October 10 presidential elections, which showed Senator George Weah of the...

Dissecting the Liberian Problem: Healing the Congau and Indigenous Mindsets

By Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor This presentation argues that the view that Liberia could become a “racial ideal” was misguided (Putnam, 2006). The area where Liberia...

Liberian Selfishness Spoiled Our Election

Who remembers our Staff Writer, Lindiwe Khumalo, who few years ago wrote the article, “Liberians Are Stupid Because They Are Selfish, and Selfish Because...

The World Has Finally Found Out

By a Special Correspondent For most of the last 12 years, contradiction has characterized the difference between the way the world has viewed Liberia and...

An Election Day Fraught with Problems — What the Consequence Will...

There were problems in too many places around the country as millions of Liberians lined up in their various electoral precincts yesterday to cast...

Tomorrow’s Historic Vote Liberians Should Take Very Seriously

Since 1856, when President Joseph Jenkins Roberts, Liberia’s first President, ceded power to the newly elected Stephen Allen Benson as the new Chief Executive,...

The 2017 Liberian Presidential Election, Who Will Win?

By Wynfred Russell The 2017 presidential and legislative elections are by all accounts one of the most crowded and anxiety-producing, and the most consequential in...

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