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LIBERIAN JOURNALISM AT A CROSSROAD

LIBERIAN JOURNALISM AT A CROSSROAD

                                                           By Joe Bartuah  As a cross-section of Liberian journalsts converge in New Castle, Delaware for the annual conference of the Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas (ALJA),… Read more »

Liberian Democracy and the Scourge of Political Patronage

Liberian Democracy and the Scourge of Political Patronage

By Joe Bartuah All power is inherent in the people. All free governments are instituted by their authority and for their benefit and they have the right to alter and… Read more »

FORMER UL STUDENTS GIVE DR. SEYON HIS FLOWERS

FORMER UL STUDENTS GIVE DR. SEYON HIS FLOWERS

By Joe Bartuah As a child growing up, Ms. Marina Seyon frequently wondered why her highly educated dad with impeccable credential and competence was not fond of seeking highly paid… Read more »

A PAGE IN HISTORY

A PAGE IN HISTORY

On March 4, 1841, the United States inaugurated the first oldest man ever elected President up to that moment, William Henry Harrison of Ohio, a retired army General and a… Read more »

Yayah Jammeh and the Manifest Destiny of History

Yayah Jammeh and the Manifest Destiny of History

The Gambian dictator’s refusal to leave office when his term expires is gathering storm from his neighbors. Now under pressure from ECOWAS to step down on January 19, Yayah remains defiant. Joe Bartuah examines Yayah’s excuses to hang on.

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 »

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