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We are ‘forced’ to have the forces

By Erick San Juan THE recent talks on the revival of the former US military bases in Subic and Clark, possibly through a charter change sent ripples throughout the country creating divisions among pro and anti Americans especially among the netizens.  But the truth of the matter is the Americans ...

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Wheat and weeds

By Fr. Roy Cimagala THE parable of the wheat and the weeds in the gospel of St. Matthew (13,24-30) offers us very precious lessons on vigilance, discernment, discretion as well as fortitude and charity. It’s a reflection of how our life in this world is—full of confusion, the exercise of ...

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Rallies staged for repeal of law on power industry

By Walter Balane of Mindanews MALAYBALAY City––The Power Alternative Agenda in Mindanao (Palag-Mindanao) staged simultaneous protests in several cities in Mindanao over the weekend against power interruptions and high electricity rates. Read the Latest News and Updates in Mindanao

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Rodelsa Hall outlines 2013 performances

  SOUNDING the clarion call for community action for the Cagayan River, Rodelsa Hall and Safer River Life Saver Foundation. Inc. team up to create a series of benefit concerts to raise community awareness and advocacy to financially support environmental projects of the foundation. The twin institutions have been active ...

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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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