Category Archives: Editorials

Inhumanity, Cruelty, Slavery, and Human Trafficking in Libya

We must make sure the evacuations are complete, that those guilty of crimes in the situation are held accountable, and the sociopolitical situations, poor leaderships, and economic hardships in the home countries that result in these migrations in the first place are seriously addressed...

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Is there a purpose to a diverse world?

Diversity allows each entity or individual to operate at its own level. Each move and survive at a pace peculiar to it. The diversity of life therefore provides each differing consciousness with what it requires to subsist and advance with life.

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On False Leaders And Manipulators in High Places

When that moment of reckoning begins to unfold, it dawns on the manipulator that his power, status, or affluence cannot stop or change the course of things for justice cannot be bribed, influenced or manipulated. The law of Life must take Its course.

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World Cup 2014: Many Lessons for African Countries – Players and Leadership

It is all a reflection of the kind of countries and environment we have created for ourselves. No national team that is divided in its objectives, distracted in its focus, or partially motivated in its zeal will ever win a world tournament like the world cup. It would be unfair to others who put their lives on the line to win for their country men and women....

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The Place of Color In The Celebration of History

"Man's effort to classify fellow men by virtue of physical attributes is more an expression of human limitation than a necessary preoccupation. It stands in the way of the recognition and celebration of man's Divine qualities and the utilization of man's vast potentialities as the homo sapiens - the supposed most intelligent and imaginative being on earth."

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Fatherland – an independence anniversary poem by Oliver O. Mbamara

Though in hardship we may suffer, We assure tomorrow with steadfast faith, As a breed of people never subdued. Though a few of us may act unfairly And tarnish the name of our dear country, The most of us are true good people, With honor and hard work so abounding, Revered by those who truly know us.   And yes we are called the...
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