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Sabah: Let’s cool it!

By Jess Dureza DAVAO City––I am sad with what happened several days ago in Lahad Datu, Sabah. The violence and the killings were tragic. And from all indications, my earlier personal apprehensions that the problem will worsen if the Malaysians will push the button, are now taking place. I remember ...

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PNoy: Don’t vote for the ‘pasaway’!

By Peter Clarete PRESIDENT Aquino did not have to name names when he spoke to Kagay-anons last week asking us all not to vote for the pasaway. He did not have to name names at all because we all know who that pasaway in our midst is. I don’t have ...

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Irony or ironies

By Churchill Aguilar THE mining issue in the city has gone viral but the campaign against it is still found wanting. Yes, there are organizations like Sulog that have dedicated their cause specifically to fight against this social evil and somehow have started to snowball already but I still think that ...

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The illegal mining spin

By Peter Clarete THE camp of the prime squatter almost succeeded in spinning the minds not only of the Lumads in the hinterlands but of some others in the circles of, according to my fearless forecast, the next chief executive of Cagayan de Oro, Oca Moreno. Lumads in the hinterlands sought ...

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Troubling disharmony (1)

By Fr. Leo Pabayo THE support of big business for the RH Bill makes clearer the reason behind the conflict between the Catholic Church and the proponents of the RH Bill. Business as we know is concerned with the material needs of the people. The Church is concerned with the spiritual ...

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On owning one’s fault

By Churchill Aguilar I ONCE worked as the assistant prefect of XU High a few years back. Like any other typical huge school, dozens of cases are forwarded to my office everyday from petty things to serious infractions. In order to fulfill my function as a formator of values and character, ...

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On owning one’s fault

By Churchill Aguilar I ONCE worked as the assistant prefect of XU High a few years back. Like any other typical huge school, dozens of cases are forwarded to my office everyday from petty things to serious infractions. In order to fulfill my function as a formator of values and ...

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