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The Rawlingses Can Go To Hell

One of the failed (or attempted?) contestants of the NDC’s flagbearership position, Ekwow Spio-Garbrah has made an annoying utterance that is not only nauseating but is also provocative for whatever it means

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The fire that Rawlings has lit…

For as long as the Rawlingses give us cause to question their motives, we will continue to write on them. We already know as much as we can about them but shouldn’t just sit back to look on idly as they take us for the kind of ride that we don’t want or won’t enjoy

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The Moneycracy And Political Pimps

“In Germany they first came for the communists and I didn’t speak up then because I wasn’t a communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak because I wasn’t a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist. Then they came for Catholics and I didn’t speak because I was a Protestant

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Prepaid meter- a bane to the ordinary Ghanaian

The prepaid meters replaced the postpaid meters in Ghana in the year 2005 up to date, this is done to ensure efficiency in the usage of electricity and also to reduce the cumbersome nature of the work of the electricity personnel at Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG)

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Libya’s Gaddafi must go—but where to?

It is now clear that the political leaders serving as the driving force behind NATO’s military campaign in Libya are determined not to listen to reason to use other means than the military campaign of devastation to resolve the conflict between the legitimate government headed by Muammar al-Gaddafi and the Benghazi-based rebels and their Transitional National Council

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“POTBELLITICIANS” the new leaders in Ghana

Oh comrades! Let’s go on our knees and pray for our beloved country. I’m afraid our leaders have disappointed us. The Ghanaian politics has now taken a “sad” turn. The rich is getting richer at the expense of the poor man. This turn is what I refer to as, “politics of pot belly”

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Libya: Why must it now be NATO’s war?

As the turmoil in Libya drags on, it is bringing in its wake very frightening developments. What began as a purely local and internal crisis has now assumed gross global dimensions that must not be allowed to continue. It is now clear that NATO has taken over the war in Libya to fight the cause of the Benghazi-based rebels

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The Libyan Crisis: NATO’s three options are not the solution

As the International Coalition’s involvement in the Libyan crisis crosses the 60th-day mark, some glimpses into how NATO intends to prosecute the “Gaddafi-must-go” agenda henceforth have begun emerging for us to know—and be persuaded—that the military campaign will continue indefinitely for as long as the stalemate persists and Libya’s Gaddafi remains alive and in full control of his government

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Libya: A major test case for Barack Obama

The participation of the United States in the International Coalition’s devastation of Libya is taking a new direction that raises interesting legal issues to test President Barack Obama’s resolve. Not only that. A legal conundrum stares him right in the face and how he handles it will shape the path for him as he prepares to approach the electorate for a renewal of his mandate at the 2012 polls

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Libya: The price of political immaturity!

Tax payers in Britain must have a big heart—and be extremely magnanimous too—to look on while their government wastes so much of their resources on fighting a cause in Libya that can be resolved through less costly means than the military campaign that Britain has committed itself to

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