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  • How long, Liberians, how long? Until we have no country?

    How long, Liberians, how long? Until we have no country?

    By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh                                         Rain and sea erosion are few of the natural crisis that are making life miserable in Monrovia. It is pouring day and night in Liberia, a country where (as we all know by now), it is supposed to rain because it is rainy season. However, when it rains, there has […]

  • The mysterious and spectacular Harvard Kennedy School MC/MPA Degree: Unmasking a tyrant and a plutocrat

    The mysterious and spectacular Harvard Kennedy School MC/MPA Degree: Unmasking a tyrant and a plutocrat

    By Sarr Abdulai VANDI                    Obtaining an MC/MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, has become a coveted enterprise in the Ellen Johnson-SIRLEAF administration. The Mysterious and Spectacular Harvard Kennedy School MC/MPA degree in the Edward Sagendorph MASON Program has become a passport to spectacular and […]

  • A statistically tested way to stop terrorism and boost Iraq's economy

    A statistically tested way to stop terrorism and boost Iraq’s economy

    By Teresa Studzinski, M.A. and Dr. David Leffler            NBC News reports that U.S. President Barack Obama said “I don’t rule out anything,” and “my national security team is looking at all the options” with regard to the rapidly growing unrest in Iraq. “This is an area that we have been watching with a lot […]

  • Changing the conversation diabolically: The Green House failed to address the issues

    Changing the conversation diabolically: The Green House failed to address the issues

    By Sarr Abdulai VANDI                      The underling was instructed to change the conversation diabolically, in an arrogant and capricious manner. Jerolinmek PIAH’s silly cut and paste narrative is diversion, diversion, and diversion.   There is danger in half education and mis-education. It clouds your comprehension and distorts your communications and information skills. Harnessing proxies, […]

  • Liberia’s problem

    Liberia’s problem

    By Jacob D. Massaquoi and Cllr. Frederick A.B. Jayweh, Esq             This brief analysis and reflection on the culture of impunity in Liberia highlighted since 1847 to today, demonstrates that the fundamental problem facing Liberia (i.e. the Liberia’s conundrum) is not based on the strengths or weaknesses of a particular political party, civil society organization, […]

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  • Reviewing our national flag: Another exercise?

    Reviewing our national flag: Another exercise?

    By Siahyonkron Nyanseor                                             The review of Liberia’s national symbols is nothing new. For example on July 22, 1974, the national Legislature enacted an Act authorizing the late President William Richard Tolbert, Jr. to set up a commission to address the issue of the national symbols. The Commission came into existence purposely due to persistent […]

    July 13, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Google increases its success by advertising on the PLAs

    Google increases its success by advertising on the PLAs

    By Clemente Ferrer                            ThePLAs (Product Listing Ads) of Google, or advertisements in product listings, have improved the performance of the ads that appear beside each search performed by users, including the price and product image. According to the data published by The Search Agency, the total investment in such advertising increased throughout 2013 […]

    June 23, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Tribute to a true Christian and patriot: Our brother, cousin, uncle, father, husband, friend and Servant of God

    Tribute to a true Christian and patriot: Our brother, cousin, uncle, father, husband, friend and Servant of God

    By Elder Siahyonkron Nyanseor               On February 26, 2012, I paid tribute to my Blojlu “Geesayfahnnonkon” Tarty Teh, my Protégé (a name we called each other), and a close friend and brother Patriot Rev. Dr. Blamo Benedict Nyentue Seekie, to whom I referred as “The Silent Warrior.” Now, two years after the homegoing of […]

    June 23, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Chris Neyor’s letter to President Sirleaf is revealing, but not surprising: Why now?

    Chris Neyor’s letter to President Sirleaf is revealing, but not surprising: Why now?

    By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh                         What does Jucontee Woewiyu, Edwin Snowe, Chris Neyor and others have in common? At one time in their adult and professional lives, these individuals worked directly or closely with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and saw admirable qualities in her when they sacrificed it all to work in her government. What […]

    June 19, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Chris Neyor's letter to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

    Chris Neyor’s letter to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

    “You and your son, Robert have a complete stranglehold on the economy,    depriving and punishing any Liberian who dare or desire to have an independent mind and who refuse to participate in looting the country of its resources. Closing the economy to perceived enemies is preventing job creation in Liberia!” Chris Neyor   Her Excellency […]

    June 18, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post