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Electors Consider: This is not Republicanism

   The word “Republican” refers to a party, as does the word “democrat,” having been taken from their emphasis upon a different aspect of our democratic republic. 658 more words


Warnings from the West (Part I)

The world has been following the elections in the United States with a keen eye. The US is the most powerful nation on earth and as such things that affect it tend to ripple throughout the world. 1,974 more words


Nostalgia is a twisted little thing

– a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations.

Nostalgia was once considered an illness confined to specific group of people – Swiss mercenaries serving abroad.

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Pentecost Role in Ensuring Peaceful Elections

I joined hundreds of members of the Church of Pentecost on Sunday, 20th November, 2016 to walk for peace through some principal streets of Ashaiman. The message? 380 more words


EC Extends Special Voting

EC Boss, Charlotte Osei
The Electoral Commission (EC) has announced the extension of the Special Voting exercise reserved for security agents, EC staff and media practitioners who will be on duty on Election Day – December 7. 739 more words


Dean Johns on Najib and UMNO ass-embly 2016

December 3, 2016

Dean Johns on Najib and UMNO ass-embly 2016

As they do without fail every year, UMNO leaders, bleeders and pleaders are busy putting the ‘ass’ into ‘general assembly’ with a series of speeches so false and fatuous they would disgrace a herd of donkeys. 805 more words


Nsempiisms: Election Sprinkles

​Rawlings used to be called Efo Commissioner. Kufour used to be called Commissioner-General. Mahama is the current title holder.
I have been musing on how, in how many years, we complained about slow pace of development, wondered where all the money borrowed have gone to or been used for, yet how the flurry of commissioning of projects, completed and uncompleted, as well as the beginning of new projects (some, like roads, completed in days), in the past few weeks, have suddenly changed the narrative. 193 more words

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