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By Jullie Daza It would be good for the nation if we can raise the middle class.” That line did not appear in the President’s state of the nation address yesterday, but I believe with all my heart that if he – we – could make that wish come true, life would be better for […]

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GMA replaces Alvarez as speaker in stunning move

By Ben Rosario In an unprecedented move, former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo was installed as speaker of the House of Representatives yesterday, just minutes before President Duterte delivered his State of the Nation Address (SONA). A total of 162 congressmen installed the Pampanga representative notwithstanding the absence of a formal session. Ms. Arroyo climbed the rostrum […]

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San Mig ready vs anybody

By Jonas Terrado The manner of how they advanced to the PBA Commissioner’s Cup Finals may not have been as conventional as before but the San Miguel Beermen would rather take it than watch others chase the ultimate prize. The Beermen were pleased to be back in the finals for the seventh time in three […]

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Fox still has options to stop deportation

Even if the Bureau of Immigration (BI) remains firm on its deportation order against her, Australian missionary nun Patricia Fox still has other options to remain in the country. Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra gave this assurance after Fox filed yesterday a motion for reconsideration (MR) asking the BI to withdraw its July 19 deportation order […]

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ROS exec hits out at Santos

By Jonas Terrado A Rain or Shine official took exception to comments made by Arwind Santos shortly after San Miguel Beer’s PBA Commissioner’s Cup semifinal series win over Alaska Sunday night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Santos had told reporters shortly after the Beermen’s 104-99 victory over the Aces of his strong feelings seeing Barangay […]

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No fee for pro-Duterte rallyists – organizers

By BETHEENA KAE UNITE A text message announcing that anyone who would join the pro-Duterte rally in Batasan, Quezon City, would receive R1,000 upon registration was sent to about 150 persons yesterday. However, organizers said it was a hoax. The text message was sent at 9:27 a.m. It reads “Mga kasama, bawat isang sasama sa […]

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