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Eager buyer

By Ian Alfredo Magno IN recent times, land, real property or real estate has been considered among the best forms of investments anyone could dispense their funds into. Although not as liquid as other kinds of investments such as shares of stocks, bonds and debentures, it is said that land is ...

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The crisis and kids’ safety

Maria Christina Concepcion HOW about our children? How can we ensure their safety? Classes will officially start next week and I am sure most parents are now anxious about the safety of their children. Is there a way to make sure that our children are safe when they are on their ...

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Our responsibility

Ben Contreras “IF you don’t read the newspaper, you’re uninformed. If you do read it, you’re misinformed. “What is the long term effect of too much information? One of the effects is the need to be first, not even to be true anymore. So what responsibility do you all have? ...

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It could not be a terror attack

Batas Mauricio SO, what really happened at the Resorts World Complex infront of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 in Pasay City yesterday? Was it a terrorist attack, as a well-known terror group promptly claimed, or was it simply the deadly tantrum of a gambler who lost not only ...

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The goal of education

Fr. Roy Cimagala THIS is none other than for us to be another Christ. After all, he is the very pattern of our humanity in the beginning and the redeemer of our damaged humanity. If education is for us to achieve the fullness of our humanity, we should not look ...

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‘Freedom is for the brave’

Ruffy Magbanua “No law shall be passed abridging the freedom of speech, of expression, or the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances.” –Sec. 4, Art. III of the Philippine Constitution HE is one of the country’s most revered  and ...

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‘There are so maraming kalaban’

Netnet Camomot PLDT was again offline at home for a few days since Saturday. We had to use our phone’s internet connection which also tends to go off and on while we’re trying to listen to friends via online calls, their voices fading out once the connection reaches the point ...

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The curfew

Joe Pallugna THE declaration of martial law in Mindanao has brought back rumors early on that curfew might be imposed by the martial law administrator. Can this be done? Straight to the point, the answer is yes. Curfews are restrictions on the freedom of movements of people or of the ...

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Something positive

Jay Valleser IT is not good to consider all conflicts as bad, unproductive and destructive to progress. In fact, most great inventions result from great conflicts such as the electric bulb, telephone, cars, etc.. Given his penchant for innovations and unafraid of thinking outside the box, Gov. Bambi Emano of Misamis ...

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Of dubious loyalties

Cong Corrales NO you’re not mistaken. I know this day isn’t scheduled for my column but I requested for this space because I have to get this rant off my chest. Just this week, we carried a story on how Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin Uy had to cut short a regular ...

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