Financial Affairs

Kenyan corn importers insist on harvest ban

By Janeth Joseph By Zephania Ubwani Arusha. Frustrated Kenyan maize traders are once again bitter over the ban on imports of basic commodities from Tanzania. They want their country’s regulatory authorities to review the restriction in order to avoid them huge losses. “Put an end to these harsh measures,” said …

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What is a bridging loan?

If you’re a first-time home buyer (or already own a home), you’ve heard of mortgages. You have your conventional loans, FHA loans, VA loans, USDA loans etc. But there is another type of loan that not many people know about that can make the home buying process much easier. Yes, …

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“I can’t breathe”: a litany for justice

THROUGH FR. RAFAEL GARCIA, SJ | June 16, 2020 The murder of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, lying on the sidewalk with the white cop’s knee planted on his neck for about 8 minutes, resulting in death from suffocation, as fellow police officers watched, touched a deep fiber by …

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Andrew P. Napolitano at Easter

Andrew P. Napolitano – Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) When American settlers were oppressed by British governance, the word most often used in brochures, editorials, and sermons was not “security” or “taxes”; it was “freedom”. Yet two intolerable acts of Parliament so violated personal freedom that they irreparably severed ties with …

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