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Problem-solving tycoon

Problem-solving tycoon

  BY ROBERT ROQUE JR.       For someone who is not running for president next year, San Miguel Corp. President Ramon S. Ang has undoubtedly been working to solve many of our long-drawn woes. If you live up north of the metropolitan capital — the CAMANAVA (Caloocan-Malabon-Navotas-Valenzuela) area and Quezon City — and […]

Public outrage over Dacera, Nuezca

  BY ROBERT ROQUE JR.   Public outrage is a blunt force. Often, it is delivered with uncalculated consequences. It is petrifying to be on the receiving end of it as an individual, but it can also lead to satisfying results when vented on offices in government known for sloth. Take, for example, policeman Jonel […]

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Flight attendant’s fiends

  BY ROBERT ROQUE JR.     Eleven names have been floated in social media as possible perpetrators of what is, perhaps, the most gruesome New Year’s Day crime on record – the rape and murder of 23-year-old Philippine Airlines flight attendant Christine Dacera. If found guilty, the names of these 11 men shall be […]

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No choice for Pinoys

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No choice for Pinoys

  BY ROBERT ROQUE JR.     Having to settle usually means shortchanging oneself. This should not be the case for Filipinos when it comes to our supply of the COVID-19 vaccine. However, it seems that we have no choice but to settle with the vaccines made by China’s Sinovac and Sinopharm, based on the […]

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Nuezca’s 3rd victim a salvageable soul

    BY ROBERT ROQUE JR.     Perhaps we’ve said all that needs to be said about the kind of human being that is Police Senior Master Sergeant Jonel Nuezca. I will try my darnedest not to douse gasoline onto public anger against him since it will not do any good at this point. […]

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Not about ‘Simbang Gabi’

  BY ROBERT ROQUE JR.     By now, the streets of the Philippines have come to life as early as 3 a.m. until Christmas Eve. The time-honored Filipino religious-cultural tradition of “Simbang Gabi” has rolled out. At least for the nine-day predawn masses, “stay-at-home” citizens can break free from the curfew hours and spill […]

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