America’s Liberia in the 21st Century

By Lekpele M. Nyamalon Monrovia-- I was at the Liberia National Museum on Friday 28 June 2019, when US Assistant Secretary of State for...

Shifting Accountability and Duty: Women Rights Are Human Rights

The Government of Liberia Must Act in Accordance to its Constitutional Mandate as the Primary Duty Bearer to Prevent, Protect and End All Forms...

The Importance of the Liberian Diaspora: Have the Chickens Come Home...

By Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor The African Star, (an African on online news organ), reported that on July 9, 2019, in the “wake of Liberia’s crippling...

Jerome Kokoya’s NEC: A Replay of Emmett Harmon’s SECOM?

By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Introduction After the bloody overthrow of President William R. Tolbert’s Government, the military junta under the leadership of Master...

Montserrado County’s By-elections: Who’s the Best Candidate to Replace Geraldine Doe-Sheriff?

By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Introduction Few months ago, the nation lost one of the best female Senators, Geraldine Doe-Sheriff. The death of...

Sports as a Business and a Brand

Fans are choosing not to watch live football events, and instead are opting in increasing numbers for the 'intimacy' of their crystal clear digital...

IMF About to Learn A New Economic Theory from Liberia: The...

By Harris Kerkula  President George Weah and his merry band of hustlers currently running the show in Liberia are a band in a hurry: hurry...

Central Bank in Red ($265m): Presidents Weah ($137m) and Sirleaf ($128m)

By J. Yanqui Zaza  President George Weah, through the Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Affairs, has submitted the 2019/2020 national budget to the Liberian...

All Things Considered

By Jeremiah Jefferson Kringar Harris From all indications, beginning with the events that culminated in the protest demonstration of June 7, 2019, staged by the...

CBL Recent Nominees and Eventual Appointees: The Best to Revive the...

By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Introduction On May 18, 2019, President Weah nominated several individuals in various ministries and agencies in government. One of...

Liberia Needs To End Corporal Punishment In Schools

Schools have a duty to protect By Brenda Brewer Moore On my 15th birthday, my school’s registrar publicly flogged me in front of my class. I...

Did Central Bank Collect Taxpayers’ $7M Based on Fake Loan?

By J. Yanqui Zaza What is Liberia’s total debt? Or what makes up Liberia’s total debt? President George Weah Administration is providing limited information on...

A House of Cards or A Game of Thrones: Punctuating the...

By Musa A. F. Sherif It’s a hard time for Liberia. Perhaps the hardest since 1847. With the past still lingering in minds, a...

Questionable Performances Restricted only to the Central Bank of Liberia’s Presidential...

By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Introduction Those in the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) and the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) as a...

June 7: President Weah and the Existential Liberian Dilemma

By Ansumana Konneh On June 7, during a mass citizen protest against rising government inefficiency, economic hardship, public mismanagement and incompetence, the government of...

Dialogue among Peace Messengers: National Security and the Rule of...

By Randolphlyn Darlyn Johnson and Bill Ivans Gbafore Messengers of Peace Liberia, Inc. National security is the security of a nation’s state including its citizens,...

President Weah Can End Inflation by Instituting a Currency Board

By Aboubakr Barry According to the International Monetary Fund, during 2018, Liberia saw a 26% depreciation in its exchange rate and a 28% spike in...

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

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...

CDC Needs a Better, Experienced, Educated and Politically Smarter National Chairman

By Kadiker Rex Dahn, MA, M.Ed, PhD Introduction In almost every country, the national chairman of a ruling party has political weight and utterances from...

Is the Roman Catholic Church in Liberia Under Siege?

The recent news about the allegations of ‘sex-based assault and power abuse’ inside the Catholic Church has continued to vibrate within the various Liberian...