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Intergalactic

By BenCyrus Ellorin IN response to insinuations of City Hall to clear the roads around the Provincial Capitol, Gov. Bambi Emano, gnawed, roared, as if ready to punch “to protect Capitol property.” His argument then was that the City Hall has no jurisdiction over the Capitol. Last we know, the …

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Ambience

By Netnet Camomot THE Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology did warn that last month’s earthquakes would have aftershocks till Christmas. Monday night’s earthquake, however, was not an aftershock. The ground shook. It didn’t sway. And I hid under my desk for Duck, Cover, and Hold for a few seconds …

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Keep the faith supernatural always

Fr. Roy Cimagala WE need to understand that our Christian faith is first of all God’s gift to us to enable us to have the possibility of sharing the supernatural life of God, of whom we have been created as his image and likeness. That’s how God wants us to …

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Burn the tool of oligarchy

By Jude Josue Sabio IT is a political imperative that the pork barrel must be abolished completely, and never allowed to resurrect in any ingenious form at any given time. The absolute necessity of its extinction proceeds from the political necessity of exterminating the oligarchy that has been maintaining its …

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Czar lang

By Cong Corrales WHY are the supposed anti-illegal drugs advocates so afraid of what the Veep could accomplish as the newly appointed co-chair of this administration’s war on drugs? I honestly ask this question to myself. Since President Rodrigo Duterte appointed Vice President Ma. Leonor Robredo to share the helm …

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A commitment is not a straitjacket

Fr. Roy Cimagala FAR from straitjacketing or stereotyping us, entering into a commitment would simply show that we are so driven with love and a deep sense of freedom that we are willing to take on whatever consequences our commitment would make on us. We are human with a soul …

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Priest recounts earthquake experience

By Fr. Peter Geremia, PIME KIDAPAWAN City – On Oct. 16, 2019, our Bishop and all the clergy and a large crowd gathered for the dedication of the Kidapawan Cathedral which was renovated with paintings, stained glasses and a magnificent display of saints like a vision of heaven. After a …

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Drawing the lines

By Uriel Quilinguing IT was providential the celebration of the Cagayan de Oro Press Club’s 68th foundation anniversary was moved to the 15th instead of the 11th of November though a week earlier, the board had other reasons for resetting the day.  Had it been held exactly on the day …

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Anti-drug czarina

By Perry Diaz WHATEVER got into President Rodrigo Duterte’s head when he appointed Vice President Leni Robredo co-chair of the Inter-agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drug (Icad) is anybody’s guess. First of all, Duterte knows that Leni is against the killing of drug pushers and users. So why did Duterte put …

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