Have We Forgotten or Are We Pretending to Forget?

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By Maj. Gen. Daniel Ziankahn (Rtd), Minister of National Defense Dimly or clearly, we all should know what right looks like, but more often than...

Mr. President, Beware: Capital Punishment Could Turn Out To Be An...

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By James Thomas-Queh  Of late voices have been heard for the government to re-establish the Death Penalty for rapists. The first call came from the...

Counselor James E. Pierre’s Response to Mr. Mamulu’s Commentary: “Children of...

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To set the historical record straight the errors in Mr. Mamulu’s commentary: “Children of a Lessor God” which appeared in the July 25, 2018...

The Double Jeopardy of Inequality and Lockdown: Prioritizing an Intersectional Feminist...

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We are at the turning point in the Liberian Government’s response to COVID-19 outbreak. The number of cases in Liberia has increased significantly over...

The Threats of Mental Illness(es) on Societal Wellbeing

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By Joelle Chuckle Karnwhine  Observing a person’s physical morphology sometimes expresses difficulties to distinctly recognize their mental state of being; indicating whether or not they...

Liberia SWOT Analysis

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By Mengistu E. Wolokolie Strengths The economic situation in Liberia is characterized by high reliance on exports of natural resources and agriculture. One of the major...

Just Thinking, Pro-Wealth vs Pro-Poor: How Will the Population Be...

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By Rev. Kenety Gee Our nation is rich with natural resources such as iron ore, gold, diamonds, natural rubber, vast forest for logging and timber...

USAID Awards $16M to Nathan to Fight Corruption, but Says Nothing...

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By J. Yanqui Zaza The United States agency for International Development has awarded a $16M contract to Nathan, a private international economic and analytics consulting...

“Challenges of Power Transfer in Africa”

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By Augustine Kpehe Ngafuan 1. Introduction To be frank, "The Challenges of Power Transfer in Africa", is a loaded topic that will require a more exhaustive treatment...

The China I See (Part 1)

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Since Liberia was originally a nation established by tragic events in the United States, we have owed much of what we have, including our...

LRD Exchange Rate: No More Use of Cash, But A Liberian...

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By J. Yanqui Zaza Liberia, from now on, will tweak the interest rate and improve Liberia’s exchange rate without using government money to buy back...

SIMPLE LOGIC AND THE LAW: WILLIAMS’ “GLASS-CEILING” WAS A GEM IN...

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…until, he decided to plunge headlong (head-first, somersault) into the Ja’neh impeachment suit in typical pro-poor style: ASKING NO QUESTIONS---JUST KICKING A**! By Attorney Keith...

To Signal A New Shift in the Fight Against Corruption

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... Unity Party, a legal entity, should investigate the past conduct of its officials while serving in government By J. Yanqui Zaza I am sure many...

Educating Citizens: Preparing Liberians for Lives of Moral and Civic Responsibility

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By Dr. Anthony A. Kanneh Among the many challenges that our nation is experiencing is utilizing meaningful strategies to provide quality education to our citizens....

COVID-19: The Facts, Fight, Fear and Faith

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By Boakai Boley ([email protected]) The Corona Virus Disease or COVID 19 has ripped the world apart in just 4 months. Global health is in free-fall,...

Liberian-American Relations: Do Liberians Really Know and Comprehend the Spirit of...

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By Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor Mr. Yorgo Mullenax, a realtor, said in one of his blogs, when someone asked him whether he agreed with the saying:...

Position Statement Of The Liberian National Bar Association

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A Statement Issued By the Liberian Bar Association November 23, 2020 In keeping with its commitment to promoting adherence to the rule of law, the Liberian...

Remembering President Jawara

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By Dr. Amos C. Sawyer Sadness fell upon me late August when I heard of the death of Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara, former President of...

“After Nyenswah Has Absconded, Has the National Institute of Public Health...

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By Cllr. Tolbert Nyenswah Truth, as ordained by the fundamental canons of journalism becomes the first casualty when journalists falter in their sacred responsibility to...

Statement by ALHRP on International Labor Day

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The Association of Liberian Human Resources Professionals (ALHRP) seizes this chance to raise the value of all workers in Liberia: Public and Private sectors,...