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Delusions of grandeur

Netnet Camomot . IT seems like Atong Ang has been passed from one generation to the next and vice versa in the Barretto family saga, that is, if the social media posts, accusations, and rumors are true that he was or is involved with Gretchen, Claudine, and their niece, Nicole. …

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Fishing expedition

Bencyrus Ellorin . IN one interview, Supreme Court Associate Justice Marvic Leonen said the high court is listening to social media on the vice presidential election protest of former senator Bongbong Marcos. This is a good sign as the high court has not insulated itself from public opinion. On the …

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Bring in the ‘Hokage’ cops

By Cong Corrales AS the “ninja cops” issue hounds the entire Philippine National Police, a journo-friend’s talk show based in Manila carried an interesting subject yesterday. In Melo Acuña’s Tapatan sa Aristocrat carried the talking point: “After a series of controversies, we’d like to find out appropriate measures to improve …

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Remembering Nene

By Camilo Montesa Mindanews ON Feb. 6, 1982, I was a 13-year-old student at Xavier University High School who cut classes to be with my father to witness the Founding Convention of Partido Demokratiko Pilipino (PDP) in Cebu City. Together with a few political leaders from Cagayan de Oro, we …

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God and truthfulness

By Fr. Roy Cimagala ONCE again we need to reiterate this basic truth. We can never be truthful unless we refer things to God. In fact, what would really assure us that we would be fully in the truth despite truth’s many levels, aspects, angles, etc., is when we are …

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State rumor mongering

THE Alliance of Concerned Teachers strongly urges state agencies to engage in more exhaustive actions towards ensuring justice, and much less rumor-mongering in relation to the frustrated extrajudicial killing of teachers Zhaydee and Ramil Cabañelez in Valencia City, Bukidnon. The demand comes after various agencies issued flip-flopping, inconsistent, and false …

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More than just a cup and saucer

By Maria Margarita Diaz Mindanews FOREST Lake, General Santos City — I can almost hear your laughter reverberating, Pa, because of all people, I am using your favorite cup and saucer this morning. For those who do not know the story, they might be wondering what is with the cup …

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Snuffed out

By Uriel C. Quilinguing MANY took sudden interest on mental health issues the past days, perhaps because of the designation of Oct. 10 of every year as World Mental Health Day by the World Health Organization. Many may have been reminded on the importance of the state of the human …

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Fishy

By Netnet Camomot “MEAT the Family” is a British reality TV show where a carnivorous family is given a pig, a chicken, a calf, or some other animal to take care of as a pet for three weeks. But there’s a catch. An Agence France-Presse report quoted analyst Virginia Mouseler …

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