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by Staff - 11 hours ago

‘Pastor Ben’ Says A Lot Of Talk And Not Enough Action On Crime

The head of Redemption Ministries, Benedict ‘Pastor Ben’ Jn Baptiste has declared that people are talking a lot about crime, but there is insufficient action. “A lot of talk, talk, talk and not enough action,” he asserted. Jn Baptiste, who held a convocation on crime last wee...

by Staff - 12 hours ago

267 Local Stray Dogs Exported To North America To Date

267 Saint Lucia stray dogs have been adopted by families in North America since May, 2016, officials of the Bruno Project have disclosed. Four animals left the Island Wednesday. The Bruno project has partnered with the Saint Lucia Animal Protection Society (SLAPS) to find homes for the animals. Most...

by Staff - 12 hours ago

The Female Obama: Britain Votes NO CONFIDENCE

French President Emmanuel Macron is in trouble, and now another Leftist leader may bite the dust. Teresa May finds herself in the same place as almost every other liberal European leaders. The people have lost confidence. As NPR reports: U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is fighting to keep her job as...

by Staff - 12 hours ago


Nick Cannon stopped by the Wendy Williams show to talk about everything from his holiday plans with his kids to supporting his friend Kevin Hart, who stepped down as host of the Oscars after backlash for his past tweets. During the interview,  Wendy Williams asked Nick about his holiday plans and if...

by Staff - 12 hours ago

Michael Thomas Jr. Becomes Fourth Black President of the Harvard Law Review

Michael Thomas Jr. has been elected the 132nd president of the Harvard Law Review, making him the fourth African-American to hold the position. The first Black president of the Review was Barack Obama who was elected to the post in 1990. Edited and managed by students, the Harvard Law Review publish...

by Staff - 13 hours ago

Ashanti NDC urges Chairman Wontumi not to divert attention

The Ashanti Regional Secretariat of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has asked Mr Bernard Antwi Boasiako (Chairman Wontumi), Ashanti Regional chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) not to divert public attention from the failure and misrule of his government.