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Unpredictable

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MANY people have learned that noth­ing is definite under this regime save for the continuous rise in inflation and the unpredictability of the President’s statements and actions.

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Protect the youth

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IT is but proper to finally pay attention to the welfare of our daughters in the face of some lustful men who may be overcome by sexual desires and find satisfaction in abusing and depriving them of their innocence.

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Public right

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CURRENTLY, hot in the minds of some people is the issue on President Duterte’s true state of health and if he is still capable to lead the country.

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Losing battle

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Losing battle

WE tackled in a previous column the possible scenarios that could happen if war broke out between the Philippines and the all-powerful China which a lot of people believe we would naturally lose without the help of foreign allies.

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Fear that war may break out at any time be­tween the Philippines and China continues to haunt many Filipinos with the growing presence and repeated incursions of the Chinese military and its ships in the West Philippine Sea.

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Respect for life

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Respect for life

By Robert B. Roque, Jr. It is truly saddening to note that several government officials are still pushing for the restoration of the death penalty. The House of Representatives approved in March last year a bill restoring the death penalty on third and final reading for drug-related offenses, believing that it is an acceptable means […]

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