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The transformation continues

Egay Uy DETRACTORS may not agree but signs are already visible to the naked eye that indicate a gradual positive transformation of the RTA from its old form to what it is today. While we should no longer compare how the RTA fared under the old regime, the office is ...

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Selective amnesia

Netnet Camomot OF course, there was champagne, with the youngest grandchild making toasts in between sips. With Realization 101 written all over 2015, the wish was to have selective amnesia for 2016. You have had a good start anyway in the Department of Forgetting. Forgot to buy torotot. Forgot to ...

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Dark horse

Ben Contreras WHO does not like Vice President Jejomar Binay? Malacañang. And so the Palace an anointed one (or is it just a promise made by PNoy) in the person of Mar Roxas. This is why a demolition plan was hatched a few years ago. But it was too early ...

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The transformation

Egay Uy THE year that just passed left a positive note to the good men and women of the Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA), thanks to traffic enforcer Edwin Gamutan who was “caught with his pants wet” one stormy Dec. 15 evening while manning his area of assignment. He was ...

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New year, new life

Fr. Roy  Cimagala TELL that to the Marines! Unless we do something concrete and drastic, such aspiration would just remain as empty words, a gust of hot air, a joke, a sheer piece of nonsense. For the new year to be truly a new life for us, we need to ...

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Guns, goons, gold, cheating

Batas Mauricio SEN. Grace Poe, Sen. Bongbong Marcos, and Catholic Bishops Dinualdo Gutierrez, Ruperto Santos, and Ramon Arguelles, concededly have the welfare of the country and our people in their hearts when they called for a righteous campaign and righteous candidates to be elected in the 2016 presidential elections. But ...

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Peace and poverty

Butch Bagabuyo “I prepare the most unfair peace to the most righteous war.” – Cicero “PEACE be with you” was the opening intro and closing slogan of my radio commentary here in our City of Golden Friendship and much later in Cebu leading to the People Power of 1986. At that ...

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Trip to the hula hoop

Netnet Camomot THE health coaches hosted a Christmas dance marathon, with “Hula Hoop” as one of the songs again. The only food items on the buffet table were apples and peanuts. The bananas were for the shakes. That is, if you still had time to ingest food in between the ...

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Massive reforestation

Ike Señeres WORDS have meanings and the wrong interpretation of words could result in the wrong outcomes. Add to that the fact that development programs need to have an overall framework, otherwise the outcome could either be wrong or it would fall short of actual development needs. Perhaps this is ...

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Harbingers of the next world war

Erick San Juan THE financial crash is on. If the “program” is on, it can be delayed but it will push through whether we like it or not. According to EIR (Executive Intelligence Review) News Service dated Dec. 14, 2015, “The entire trans-Atlantic London-Wall Street financial system is on the ...

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