Clarifying the Extra Emergency Powers Issue

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The seriousness of the Ebola epidemic calls for extraordinary measures to stop its spread.  It is time to close ranks, not time for political...

Our Coastline in Tatters: Let’s Relocate West Pointers and Teach Them...

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The world knows that the God of Nature has blessed Liberia with a wonderful coastline—350 miles of a great and rich natural resource. But just...

No More Excuses! Liberia Says #Enough to Violence Against Women and...

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By Lisa Kindervater Sieh and Muthoni Muriithi for Oxfam in Liberia Globally, one in three women will experience physical or sexual violence in her lifetime...

Restore the Hope You Promised, Mr. President

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The speech delivered by President George Weah on July 16 on the state of the economy did not generate the kind of euphoria akin...

Irresponsible, Tragic Response to Development, but Thank God for...

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There are not too many people who remember Kpakor Hill, the high peak near Tubman Farm in Totota, Bong County that motorists traveling up...

Award Should Spur Treasury Boss Konneh

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After being molested in a spate of secret recordings, in which fellow government officials took a private and personal spite at him, Liberia’s treasury...

Imam Krayee’s Courageous and Timely Admission

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The Chief Imam Islam in Liberia, Ali Krayee, last weekend finally broke the conspicuous (noticeable) silence of Muslims not only in Liberia but in...

Dissecting President Weah’s Troubling Assassination Claims

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This newspaper’s attention is drawn to remarks made by President George Weah at the United Methodist Church convention held over the weekend in Gbarnga,...

Shine Your Eyes, ECOWAS!

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The attention of this newspaper is drawn to reports of a violent clash between supporters of Representative Yekeh Kolubah and those of the government....

Prince Johnson’s Pledge to Bring Killers to Justice: How Serious Can...

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Today he is Senior Senator of Nimba County and a candidate seeking the presidency of Liberia. But who was he yesterday? This is a question which...

When the Future of a Nation Hinges on a Singular Moment

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By Emmanuel Dolo, Ph. D. No other time in Liberian history compares to now. Liberia is a democratic state and has been for two electoral...

Now That We Changed the Guard, How Do We Guide the...

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By David K. Dahn Intellectual Point of Departure A junior colleague of mine thought to gauge my view on the June 7, 2019 protest coordinated...

President Weah, Be Very, Very Vigilant and Careful with Prince Johnson

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By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, Med, PhD Introduction Since Nimba County came into being in 1964, there was once a man who repeatedly caused trouble for...

The Hands that Rock the Cradle

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A Google search on Liberians in ‘black money’ scams yields several results:12/29/2008: Two Liberians Arrested in Black Money Scam (Frederick, Maryland, USA)12/02/2010: 5 Liberians...

No Liberian is More Liberian Than the Others (Part 3)

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No Liberian is More Liberian Than the Others: Mitigating cultural dishonesty and mis-education in Liberia require a democratic solution, a collective efforts where citizens...