Millennials’ Vote Requires More Than A Tweet

Soon there will be a position vacant in the White House and many believe they are the best qualified to fill in. For the top job, a simple resume or a letter of recommendation won’t do.

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O Time, Let Me Be A Witness!

by Jonel Juste

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“If only I could turn back the hands of time” is something people generally say when it is too late. When we actually can’t do anything about the past, many of us wish we could change it for the best. Time travel is a long-cherished dream.

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Is Bieber an immigrant like another one?

by Jonel Juste

The young Canadian singer made the headlines during the whole month of January for his misconduct. He did so much that a petition was signed by more than 100 000 people asking President Obama to send him back to his native land, Canada.

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Jonel Juste

Jonel Juste, journaliste, poète et nouvelliste, est né à Port-au-Prince le 2 octobre 1980. Il est notamment l’auteur du recueil de poèmes : Carrefour de Nuit. Publié en France aux Editions Edilivre en 2012, Carrefour de Nuit contient à la fois des poèmes, des nouvelles, des récits et des parodies un peu à la manière du grand et populaire poète français Jacques Prévert dont Jonel Juste est un admirateur.

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