Attacking the Cacophony and Conundrums of the Education Sector

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A Panacea to Sooth Disappointments of Liberian Presidents By Mwalimu-Koh Moses Blonkanjay Jackson, Ivy League Scholar, Education Specialist “Thinking Thoughts” During my thinking thoughts, I considered President...

Referendum Results Must Be Declared Null and Void Due to Breach...

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Rabbi Prince Joseph Tomoonh-Garlodeyh Gbaba, Sr., Ed. D.Liberian Playwright & Scholar The results of the recently held quasi-national ‘referendum’ must be declared null and void...

The Liberty Party of Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine May Be at...

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By Kadiker Rex Dahn, PhD Background Good reputation and integrity are essential qualities of political leadership. There are a number of Liberians who in the public...

Liberian Toddlers Toying with Toys: A Bane that Bridles New Year...

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By Mwalimu-Koh M. Blonkanjay Jackson (MsEd, EdM) Scholar, Author/Education Engineer Simply Thinking Thoughts In my thinking thoughts, I realized that the New Year had just been...

Eugene Fahngon: Right Prediction, But Wrong Prescription—Part One

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By Kadiker Rex Dahn, PhD Background From antiquity, in the African context, very rarely do individuals and governments take responsibility for failure. “Outsiders” usually take the...

NEW THINKING: When an Individual Owns a Party, Democracy Is Imperiled

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By Joe Bartuah The list of candidates sent by a political party to the Commission for an election must include a candidate for at least...

A Guide to Picking Liberia’s Next President

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By Ansu O. Dualu (Disclaimer: Do not take a single part of this selection guide and judge a person by it. You must weigh candidates...

Tribute to Ms. Vickie Ward: A Brilliant Mind Gone Too Soon

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By Gabriel I.H. Williams In the Holy Bible, the book of Ecclesiastes Chapter 3 verses 1-2 says: “To everything, there is a season, and a...

A Few Thoughts for this Generation of Africans in 2021: Be...

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By NJ Ayuk In 2021 most opportunities in the energy sector and in business in general will go to those who show up and negotiate...

My Experience as Liberia’s Most Wanted Man

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By Rep. Acarous M. Gray FRIDAY 23RD DECEMBER 2011 In the police cell at the National Police Headquarters, the atmosphere was tense and there was chaos...

Boarding Not Hoarding

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By Togba-Nah Tipoteh Under the immediate past governance of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL), it was reported that an amount of LD1.7 billion was...

Community-Interest Not Self-Interest

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By Togba-Nah Tipoteh, PhD Since earning my doctorate degree in economics at the age of 27, and I am now 79 years of age, I...

The Liberian National Budget 2006-2020: Looking Beyond Numbers

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By Boima S. Kamara and Dehpue Y. Zuo Introduction The national budget is the instrument through which a government allocates resources with a view to, among...

USAID at 59

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Liberia was among the first countries in which USAID established a mission and today many iconic Liberian institutions stand as powerful testaments to the development results we have jointly achieved over the years.

Butchering Constitutional Democracy and Republican Governance Structure in Liberia!

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By Rabbi Prince Joseph Tomoonh-Garlodeyh Gbaba, Sr., Ed. D. Introduction Liberia is Africa’s oldest ‘Democratic Republic’. What this means in legal and constitutional terms is that...

Liberia Must Not Gravitate to a One-Party Dictatorship

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Article 7 of the constitution mandates any given Liberian government to “manage the national economy and the natural resources” in a scrupulous and transparent manner, to “ensure maximum feasible participation” of all Liberians. And so, this Tuesday December 8, 2020, each of you will be exercising the ultimate power vested in you as a citizen, which is affirmed by Article One of the constitution.

The Liberian Gov’t and CDC Take on Dillon for Senatorial Seat

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By Moses D. Sandy The most eagerly anticipated midterm senatorial election in Montserrado County is finally here!  The election is this Tuesday, December 8, 2020....

The Dillon Experiment: The Rise of a New Generation of Leaders

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Josiah F. Joekai, Jr’s Monologue: It was a semblance of a sunny day, and as usual during this time of the year in Western Connecticut,...

Such Violence, A Bitter Force against Democracy, Security and Peacekeeping

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Special statement on the election violence in Grand Cape Mount County By Rev. Dr. Samuel B. Reeves, Jr., President, Liberia Baptist Missionary & Educational Convention,...

Message to the 50th Anniversary Commemoration of the Vanguard Student Unification...

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By Dougbeh Chris Nyan, Chairman of SUP – 1987/88 I bring you greetings from veterans, cadres and sympathizers of the Vanguard Student Unification Party (SUP)...