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Historical Perspective: Political Demonstration in Liberia

Master Sergeant Doe appointed several members of the opposition to cabinet positions, including Mr. G. Bacchus Matthews, as Foreign Minister. Did Bacchus show Samuel Doe how to bring rice for $US9.00 into Liberia?

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Thanks For the Timely Intervention LNP

Before going into the detail of the students violent protest on Tuesday, March 22, 2011, let me begin by saying that the duties and responsibilities of the Liberia National Police is primarily to Serve and Protect.

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When Pretenders Masquerade as Contenders: The Irony of Mr. Morlu

When Shinji Onoyasaka saw her home washed away by the unforgiving tsunami weeks ago in Fugushima, she confessed to the BBC that she contemplated on committing suicide because of her desperate state. It is highly explicable why she saw that as an alternative. She was in a horrible mood. People get so desperate to protect their properties, wealth, families, integrity, fame and fat jobs.

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LOOKIN’ INSIDE FROM OUTSIDE: The Story of the Three Cows

Sometimes in my observation of the way things are conducted/run in the government and our society today, I wonder as to why was Dr. William Richard Tolbert, Jr., the 19th President of Liberia over-thrown in the first place, as our country most progressive president?

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LOOKIN’ INSIDE FROM OUTSIDE: Football and Politics in Liberia

There are complaints upon complaints from the few individuals who govern the game of football or clubs in Liberia, against fans and spectators for the lack of interest in and support for the game. The Liberia Football Association or LFA and club Officials continue to be at the center of such complaints due to the poor turn-out at various games organized by the FA throughout the country.

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Crimes, Mental illness and Behaviour Analysis

An evaluator needs only a high level of clinical knowledge and skills but also considerable knowledge of the legal system.

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Op-Ed: On the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day

On this 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day, it is important to recognize that women globally have made significant gains.  Despite the progress, vast inequalities persist.

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Final Moments: What Role Did Egypt Army Play in Ousting President Mubarak?

The full picture of the exact role played by the Egyptian army in forcing President Hosni Mubarak to step down has yet to emerge. The moment the president deployed the army on 28 January to deal with the growing protest movement, it became obvious to everyone that the soldiers would hold the key to his survival.

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As the Rule-of-Men Reigns Supreme on Capitol Hill, Liberians Move to Enforce Equality, For All

Imagine that a nation, established to serve as an asylum from the most grinding oppression, would enact and seek to retain a discriminatory law that says its female citizens, including its current president, attorney general, two justices of its supreme court, and about 14% of its legislators cannot pass citizenship to their children born abroad.

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Where Is Justice In Our Courts’ System (Pt.1)

It was Justice Francis Kporkpor, an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court who told a story of a judge who had arrived at 2:00 PM for a trial he had scheduled for 10:00 AM.

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