List/Grid Yearly Archives: 2016

Repelling Netanyahu’s Dishonesty

Repelling Netanyahu’s Dishonesty

      Benjamin Netanyahu seems to be playing a sort of con game here. He’s probably aware that the incoming president of the U.S. has an extremely foggy ontology… Read more »

New Thinking with Joe Bartuah

New Thinking with Joe Bartuah

Donald Trump’s American Values Can anyone still remember the cynical chorus that was being infamously serenaded by stalwarts of the Republican Party that President Obama didn’t appreciate or believe in… Read more »

Dr. Rick Sacra’s 160 miles Bike Ride to Help Fight HIV/AIDS in Liberia

Dr. Rick Sacra’s 160 miles Bike Ride to Help Fight HIV/AIDS in Liberia

He fought Ebola and won. Now Dr. Sacra is embarking on another public health challenge in Liberia on different.

Government officials indicted on corruption Zig, While Prosecution Zags

Government officials indicted on corruption Zig, While Prosecution Zags

The legal battle between the Liberian government and several of its officials accused of corruption is going zig-zag. The defense is mounting pressure to vacate the allegations while prosecution is scrambling for evidence here and there.

Ancient farming method promises hope to combat climate change

Ancient farming method promises hope to combat climate change

The methods were used to grow food more than 700 years ago in West Africa. Now they may be useful in beating back climate change.

New Thinking – With Joe Bartuah

New Thinking – With Joe Bartuah

Varney Sherman and the Sable-gate. The man who once described the Liberian Judiciary as being “rotten,” is now fighting back bribery allegations.

New Thinking with Joe Bartuah

New Thinking with Joe Bartuah

Columnist Joe Bartuah on former US Speaker Hastert: “From exuded eminence to pathological lust.”

New Thinking With Joe Bartuah

New Thinking With Joe Bartuah

On April 7th , a NEW THINKING flight with columnist Joe Bartuah aboard arrived at The News Pinnacle airbase and began hovering. As we indicated in the initial intro, “Bartuah is on edge about the trend of events in his native Liberia, because he believes that intolerance is not only a disincentive for democracy, but also a harbinger for the unthinkable.” In this second and final part of the column, the New Thinking flight now makes a safe landing:

New Thinking

New Thinking

Just imagine a good citizen seeing a car speeding on the “Wrong Way” of a highway. Obviously, any good citizen–whether a professional police officer or not—seeing such a situation would be on edge. That is why columnist Joe Bartuah is on edge about the trend of events in his native Liberia, because he believes that intolerance is not only a disincentive for democracy, but also a harbinger for the unthinkable. In this two-part series, Bartuah is making a clarion call to all his compatriots to do a soul-searching by speaking out against intolerance and predatory politics, which seem to be fast seeping through the fabrics of the Liberian society:

Beating Ebola Fears

Beating Ebola Fears

The dangers of Ebola which made the spread of the virus to be declared an international public health emergency no longer exist, according to the WHO. The UN agency says countries have the capacity to respond to any new Ebola strikes rapidly.

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