- Published on Tuesday, 02 April 2013 08:45
- Written by The News
Prior to the ascension of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf in 2006, Liberian politics had been protractedly characterized by a disproportionately strong presidency, which had all the dreadful trappings of tyranny.
- Published on Monday, 04 March 2013 11:33
- Written by Sam Zota, Jr./email@example.com/0886474563
...My Take On Prosecuting Youth For 'Booing' Fahnbulleh
It has been reported in Monrovia that the Ministry of Justice, the prosecuting arm of the Liberian government is seriously considering the arrest and subsequent prosecution of young people who reportedly booed Liberia's veteran musical icon and the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare's Maternal and Child Health Ambassador Miata Fahnbulleh.
- Published on Monday, 28 January 2013 08:46
- Written by Stephen B. Lavalah
Before, during and after the installation of an electronic billboard ideally placed in front of the Ministry of Finance facing Board Street – Liberia's bustling street and epicenter of attraction – as an integral component for implementing the Open Budget Initiative; there have been far-reaching commendations and condemnations.
- Published on Thursday, 21 February 2013 16:03
- Written by Musue
Almost every day we hear claims and counter claims of dishonesty, corruption, and what else; decadence, iniquity, immorality and all of those ills that bring about distrust and confusion not only at the Chief's table, but also within non Chief's quarters and private homes.
- Published on Wednesday, 05 December 2012 07:31
- Written by Dr. Amos M.D.Sirleaf (Ph.d.) Professor-African-Liberian Studies And Research Department, CU
The Great Ambivalence To The Proposed Vision 2030
Are the concepts of “The Vision 2030” implying, transferring Liberia's political, social, cultural, and economic development to the next generation? If this hypothesis is correct, then, who are considered the next generation? What are the base foundations for the “Vision 2030”? What are the positive templates for the “Vision 2030”?