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The Reality of “Don’t Mind the Liberian People; they will talk and get tired” – Part 3

As we commenced in Part One and continued in the previous part, the Issues Desk wishes to look at the statement, “Don’t mind the Liberian people; they will talk, talk and get tired,” as made by many public officials, including our national leaders, and consider some factors or realities that cause them to make such an insulting statement about us the Liberian people.

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The Reality Of “Don’t Mind the Liberian People; they will talk and get tired” – Part 2

As we commenced in the previous part, the Issues Desk wishes to look at the statement, “Don’t mind the Liberian people; they will talk, talk and get tired,” as made by many public officials, including our national leaders, and consider some factors or realities that cause them to make such an insulting statement about us the Liberian people.

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The Reality Of “Don’t Mind the Liberian People; they will talk and get tired” – Part I

Today, the Issues Desk wishes to look at the statement, “Don’t mind the Liberian people; they will talk, talk and get tired,” as made by many public officials, including our national leaders, and consider some factors or realities that cause them to make such an insulting statement about us the Liberian people.

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How Ellen Has Weakened Opposition

Democracy can be encouraged or fostered in several, various ways.  It could be through the free participation of the people. It could be through the enhancement and support of freedom of speech and of the press. It could also be via the unhindered participation of different political parties and figures.

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The Problem with “Polygamy is an Old Testament thing”

Between April and June, I wrote about twelve articles under the title “Does the Bible Condemn Polygamy?” using the Bible, logic and other supporting details to prove that polygamy is a normal, biblical practice that is not, and should not be considered, a sinful act. Between June and now, I have written other articles hammering the same point home – that polygamy is a normal, scriptural practice that should not be derogatorily spoken about by people who say that they believe the Bible.

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The Inconsistency in “We’re Not under Old Testament” – Pt.2

Allow me to restate or re-emphasize some of the points I made in Part One before presenting new points. As I indicated in Part One, since I commenced writing my articles in support of polygamy, many Christians, including Christian leaders, have argued that polygamy is an Old Testament, not a New Testament, practice; therefore, I should not use Old Testament passages to prove the Biblicalness of polygamy.

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Inconsistency in “We’re Not Under Old Testament” – Pt. I

Since I commenced writing my articles in support of polygamy, many Christian leaders have argued that polygamy is an Old Testament, not a New Testament, practice; therefore, I should not use Old Testament passages to prove the Biblicalness of polygamy.

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Is Prince Johnson for or Against War Crimes Trial?

A Look at His Inconsistent Positions

The Issues Desk wishes to look at the position – or, rather, positions – of Senator Prince Johnson on the issue of the establishment of a war crimes court in Liberian and the prosecution of those believed to have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity during Liberia’s period of unrest. There are many reasons why considering his position is needed.

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Thinking About Life After A Government – Part 2

As I indicated in Part I, I once heard Dr. Patrick N. Sayon say in the auditorium of the University of Liberia that history teaches no lesson, but it punishes those who fail to learn its lesson. Clearly, there is logic to this statement, however contradictory it may sound.

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Thinking About Life After A Government – Part I

I heard Dr. Patrick Sayon once say in the auditorium of the University of Liberia that history teaches no lesson, but it punishes those who fail to learn its lesson. There is clearly logic to this statement, however contradictory it may sound.

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