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The End of the World as We Know It

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The End of the World as We Know It

CAMBRIDGE – Consider the following scenario. After a victory by the left-wing Syriza party, Greece’s new government announces that it wants to renegotiate the terms of its agreement with the International Monetary Fund and the European Union. German Chancellor Angela Merkel sticks to her guns and says that Greece must abide by the existing conditions.

 

Liberian Senate vs. Monrovia City Mayor Mary Broh

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Liberian Senate vs. Monrovia City Mayor Mary Broh

Consider that there is a rat in your house chewing and destroying some very important papers. The act of this rat is causing you serious discomfort. Every time an attempt is made to kill or get rid of this rat, it jumps in a nearby hole or runs to some place unreachable to you. What will you do? Set traps to catch and/or kill this rat so as to protect your important papers and keep your house intact, or will you rashly demolish the entire house only to get rid of the rat? I should know your obvious answer. You would set traps at strategic locations in your house to grab or kill the rat. Right! I first heard this story from the venerable Cllr. H. Varney G. Sherman of the Sherman and Sherman Law Firm and I think it suits the narration I am about to make.

 

A Global Movement for Change

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A Global Movement for Change

Next week, world leaders gather for a momentous occasion — the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro. Will it be a success? In my opinion, yes. To be sure, the negotiations have been lengthy. Even now there is more disagreement than agreement on the details of the so-called “outcome document” that will emerge. Yet that will not be the defining measure. Far more important is what the Rio conference has already accomplished. And that is to build a global movement for change.

 

Does the Bible Condemn Polygamy? – Part 10

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Does the Bible Condemn Polygamy? – Part 10

I have not minced words in indicating that polygamy is scriptural. Simply stated, polygamy is a normal, Biblical practice just as monogamy is a normal, Biblical practice. It is a matter of choice.

 

Ricks Toweh for Vice President as NUDP Executive Committee Poised to Collaborate With CDC in 2017 Presidential Elections

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Ricks Toweh for Vice President as NUDP Executive Committee Poised to Collaborate With CDC in 2017 Presidential Elections

The saying that time flies in the midst of activities cannot be ignored. Those who have fallen victims to procrastinations are quite aware. For the Prince Johnson’s faction of the NUDP now being referred to as NUDP/J, early planning appears to be the best option towards success. Informed sources say that the NUDP/J has finalized plans for a National Convention that will carry PYJ unopposed as the Standard Bearer for the Party.

 
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