Mr. President, The Constitution Is Not Racist

His Excellency, President George M. Weah Republic of Liberia Dear Mr. President, I want to personally congratulate you on becoming president of our “Land of Glorious Liberty.”...

Journey of the African Child

By: Lekpele M. Nyamalon This year’s June 16 will mark 26 years since the Day of the African Child started being celebrated, and 41 years...

Open Letter to Henry Costa

By James M. Fromayan Mr. Costa, On Wednesday morning, November 14, 2018, I was driving towards central Monrovia from Paynesville.  At some point, I began monitoring...

Children of a Lesser God

By Henry Mamulu For us to survive as a strong nation, our motto must become ‘one for all, all for one’. Sadly, that is not...

Liberia Must End ‘Racist Negro Clause’

By Willard Russell The framers of our Constitution knew that time could blind us to certain truths and later generations can see laws once thought...

Joseph Saye Guanue

By Henry M. Mamulu, student and eye witness. One of the things I am accused of is that I seem to never want to grow...

Development: The Book Definition

In our first editorial in this three-part series on development, we explored the common man’s view of development. We said that not having set...

A Short Story about Corruption

By Elizabeth Enoanyi Hoff  Uncle Joe Blow was a jovial man; always in a good mood. He was employed as Comptroller at the Oil...

Liberia: Code of Conduct and Election 2017

By Counselor Winston A. Tubman Article 90 (C) of the Liberian Constitution of 1986 authorized the Legislature to prescribe a Code of Conduct for all...

Pro-Poor Government To Add More Tariffs to Pay Back $1B Loan?

By J. Yanqui Zaza It is a good idea for a country to obtain debt in order to build infrastructure and reduce poverty, ignorance, disease,...

HAVE LIBERIANS WITH DUAL CITIZENSHIP BECOME DE FACTO SECOND CLASS CITIZENS...

By Mr. Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor The debate about   Liberians with dual citizenship status and their participation within the Liberian Government, continues to resurface within Liberia...

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...

Where President Edwin J. Barclay Died and Was Buried

Dear Mr. Editor:I have read an article in Front Page Africa on Edwin James Barclay (1882-1955), Eighteenth President of Liberia (1930-1944), in which the...

The Role of Free Masonry in the New Liberia

The most worshipful Brother, James E. Pierre, 320 Grand Master of Masons, Republic of Liberia, The Deputy Grand Master of Masons Right Worshipful Brother...

Former Justice Minister Tah Speaks Out on Global Witness Report on...

A Report cleverly crafted to merge bonuses and bribes to confuse the public Former Justice Minister Christiana P. Tah has issued a statement detailing her...

The Real Reason Alexander Cummings Lost

By Wynfred Russell It is official. George Weah and Joseph Boakai are going to a runoff on Tuesday, November 7. But, the headline instead should read:...

Is Liberia Ready For WASSCE?

By Solomon Quaye (BSc. Geology) Liberia joined the West African Examination Council -- an organization which was established in 1952 -- in 1974 with the...

Robert Sirleaf Again? Will These People Never Learn?

The last time we heard of Robert Sirleaf was when it was revealed that the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL), one of the...

Elections and Party Politics Reviewed: The Liberian Case

By John S. M. Yormie, Jr. Introduction/Background Espoused by John Locke, the fundamental constitutional principle is that the individual can do anything but that which is...