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With both decision and discretion

Fr. Roy Cimagala THIS is the ideal way to behave and to tackle the many issues and challenges in life. We have to be decisive but at the same time prudent, driven but also sober, focused on the essentials yet open to things in general and flexible enough to adapt to …

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Past evils

Ben Contreras IT all began in 1983 when people felt they have had enough of the oppressive Marcos regime. There was nationwide unrest that culminated in “People Power,” better known as the Edsa Revolution. It was a peaceful revolution that ousted Marcos. Amid the new hope for the nation and …

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Cheating

Batas Mauricio SO how are we supposed to react with disclosures that there was massive cheating  in Quezon province to favor Mar Roxas and Leni Robredo? Why, this kind of cheating and manipulation of the results of the May 9, 2016 elections is no longer confined to just one province …

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Mindanao! Warriors and slaves

A. Paulita Roa WE are elated at the news that President-elect Rodrigo Roa Duterte plans to resurrect Lapu-lapu from obscurity and will place him in the pantheon of Philippine heroes where he rightfully belongs. We hope to know more about Lapu-lapu and his heroic deed for this will widen our …

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On Duterte and media killings

Letter to the Editor THE College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP) expresses its deepest concern on the statement made by President-elect Rodrigo Duterte on media killings in a Davao City press conference, May 31. Duterte said that murdered journalists are “corrupt and biased” even going as far as to …

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With both decision and discretion

Fr. Roy Cimagala THIS is the ideal way to behave and to tackle the many issues and challenges in life. We have to be decisive but at the same time prudent, driven but also sober, focused on the essentials yet open to things in general and flexible enough to adapt to …

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Intervention

By Sage Danielle T. Ilagan DAVAO City–A winged red ant climbed onto my neck, attracted by the laptop light. I swat, and it falls onto the keyboard, and it doesn’t fly off. Maybe I broke its wing. I had chemistry on one Google Chrome tab and Game of Thrones in …

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Precursor of federalism

Butch Bagabuyo “The great quest of the alchemist was to transform something common to something precious: to change lead into gold.” – D. James Kennedy AS we learn things in the midst of troubles, we also believe that a person who has not known troubles and sorrow cannot accomplish anything great. …

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Living in harmony

Erick San Juan SO far so good is the current situation of our fishermen near the Scarborough Shoal as the tension between Chinese vessels and our fishermen eases. Filipino fishermen with their bancas are now enjoying their daily catch peacefully minus the harassment from the Chinese. President-elect Rody Duterte asked …

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Solving the traffic problem

Ike Señeres THE slow flow of traffic is a multifaceted problem that needs a multidisciplinary solution. It could just be a matter of semantics, but the problem is not the existence of traffic, but the slow flow of traffic itself. By definition, there is already an existence of traffic if …

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