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Scientifically Improved Crops: Expediting Africa’s War Against Poverty

September 13, 2021 by


By Vijay Raj Jayaraj ~ The popular mainstream media hardly captures the struggle for development in Africa. Apart the usual anecdotes on poverty, we are seldom showcased the actual interventions needed in the continent. According to latest estimates, about 490 million people in Africa are living in extreme poverty. That is more than the population […]

New Leadership Could Revitalize This Important African Nation

July 28, 2018 by


By Joshua Meservey ~ One of Africa’s most important countries is in the midst of seismic changes. In his first four months in office, the new prime minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed (known simply as Abiy), has launched a series of long-overdue economic and political reforms, the pace and—so far—the success of which no one […]

UN Feeds The Hungry Jihadists

April 13, 2010 by


By Andrew Bolt Yet another United Nations corruption scandal, this time involving its World Food Program: It’s been a month since the leaking of a scathing evaluation of WFP’s Somalian relief program written by the UN Monitoring Group on Somalia. The body, created by the UN Security Council, alleges that three Somali businessmen who held […]

Israeli Independence Day

May 8, 2008 by


Israeli Independence Day (1990) Yom HaAtzmaut, Israeli Independence Day. Back in 1990 we were coming to grips with the twin surprises of the West turning its back on us and the miraculous rescue/return of the Jews from Russia and Ethiopia! In this cartoon, done in April of 1990, I used my Miss Israel character to […]