“Poor people in poor countries are poor because they have low incomes; they have low incomes because they produce very little value; they produce very little value because they are restricted from doing so by kleptocractic, corrupt,…Continue
Tom Palmer (Dr.) as known to many young libertarians represents an iconic figure of the ideal libertarian mentor. From tireless trips around the world in the advocacy of the ideals of freedom to a charismatic personality with a complementing mixture of academic, passion and humorous inferences, a…Continue
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IYC Chapter Director, Javionni McGlaurin is involved in a competition for a TOMS giving trip. If you are not familiar with TOMS. It is a shoe company that provides a pair of TOMS to a child in need for every pair of TOMS that are bought. So far, owing 7 pairs have helped 7 young…Continue
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The multi-dimensional effect of lack of development and poverty on Africa and Africans engulfs not only the adult in terms of economic depravity, or the younger generation which makes the most of the African population, through faded possibilities of realizing their life ambitions, but also very importantly and under-discussed is the prevalence of these effects on young infants through child mortality.
Infant mortality around the world is indeed a cause for concern,…Continue
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Born in an environment of great prospects, huge resources, invaluable intellectuals and an ever-hopeful energetic citizenry; it is safe to admit Africa as a continent has been a failure. The reasons while not far-fetched, are unfortunately, also preventable.
In a continent of many…Continue
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The third meeting of the High Level Panel of Eminent Persons took place in Monrovia between all members of the HLP and seventy CSO representatives. The meeting took the format of a "town hall" event, where CSO members together with grassroots representatives shared evidence,…Continue
A friend of mine recently asked me if I ever had a reason to question my convictions on free markets being ideal for the attainment of economic prosperity. Not only have I been able to speak on this issue while addressing several hundreds of college students in …Continue
Added by Fiyinfoluwa Elegbede on January 14, 2013 at 5:14pm — No Comments
The Nigerian House of Representatives rose from its recent sessions mandating its Committee on Foreign Affairs to intervene and investigate foreign embassies in Nigeria, regarding their treatment of the country’s visa applicants. They allegedly arrived at this decision…Continue
Added by Fiyinfoluwa Elegbede on December 20, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments
There are immense benefits accruable to citizens, friends and visitors of a developed region. The development in question could be identifiable in bringing about love, peace, friendship and harmony, prosperity and progress. Sadly though, and unlike many people seem to think of… the…Continue
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"The man who knows what freedom means will find a way to be free."
-F.A. "Baldy" Harper
An important step towards defeating tyranny lies in understanding tyranny and its accompanying elements. This step…Continue
A young American friend of mine once narrated how horrible she feels about having access to enough food to fill her stomach and even more if she feels like calling sick from work due to uneasiness from a …
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