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Archive for November, 2016

Elphinstone Birch Appointed to City Council

Elphinstone Birch Appointed to City Council

Liberian-born Elphinstone James Birch was appointed to the Senior Advisory  Commission by the City Council of Santa Clara, California, to fill a partial term up to June 30, 2017. The appointment takes immediate effect. In his capacity as a member of the Senior Advisory Commission to the City Council of Santa Clara, California, Mr. Birch is expected to act […]

Diametrically Differing with President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf over President-elect Donald Trump’s Victory

Diametrically Differing with President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf over President-elect Donald Trump’s Victory

By Martin K. N. Kollie         It has been barely three weeks since millions of Americans headed to the polls to elect the successor to President Barrack H. Obama, who served two terms (8 years) as Commander-in-Chief of the most powerful nation in the world, the United States of America. Even though the race for President is […]

The Liberian Presidential Candidates and 2017: Only in Liberia?

The Liberian Presidential Candidates and 2017: Only in Liberia?

      By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh                        According to most Liberians, Prince Y. Johnson is a notorious killer who murdered innocent Liberians during the civil war. Yet, Mr. Johnson was elected senator of Nimba County. Prince Yormie Johnson is reportedly a kingmaker and the most feared and controversial politician in the country.      It […]

The Significance of the Red Cap

The Significance of the Red Cap

By Siahyonkron Jglay Kpa-kay Nyanseor           “Home, Sweet Home” is a story about a young man who had traveled from Liberia to America for school and became homesick. He is a “country boy” raised by Honorable George Andrew Jackson Washington and his lovely wife, Mrs. Martha Ann Jefferson-Washington, a Congor family living on Snapper […]