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Few honest & good men

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Few honest & good men

    ROUGHLY three years in office, President Rodrigo Duterte continues to fulfill his campaign promise to rid government of graft and corruption. This was one of several clearly stated objectives of then Mayor Digong, aspiring for the highest office of the land. Part of his platform of government was to also halt drugs, criminality […]

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And there they go!

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And there they go!

    LAST Feb. 12, candidates running for the 2019 senatorial elections began their 90-day campaign to convince the electorate that they are the right persons for the job. For the voters, it is the beginning of three months bombardment of information about candidates – some useful, others not so useful. Many analysts (this is […]

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Putting spittle in his eyes

    WHEN Jesus and his dis­ciples arrived at Bethsaida, people brought to him a blind man and begged Jesus to touch him. He took the blind man by the hand and led him outside the village. Putting spit­tle on his eyes he laid his hands on the man and asked, “Do you see anything?” […]

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Madaling sumuko si manoy

    Hi Ms. Rica: Hello! I’m an avid reader of your column. Tanong ko lang po: kapag nakikipagsex ako, minsan po ay lumalambot siya pagkatapos ng ilang minutes kahit hindi pa po ako nageejaculate. I’m only 23 years old po. Tapos ung mga kasabayan ko po, walang ganitong problema. May mali po ba sa […]

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Is there pork?

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Is there pork?

  IS there pork barrel in the 2019 national budget even if the Supreme Court already ruled that the same is unconstitutional? It is best that the individuals and groups from the opposite sides of this issue define first what they mean by “pork barrel.” The Supreme Court ruled that the former Countrywide Development Fund […]

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Each nation must act on its problem of poverty

    POPE Francis was visiting the offices of the United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Organiza­tion (FAO) which was hosting a session of the governing council of its sister organization the International Fund for Agricultural Development last week, when he commented about the extreme poverty in most of the world today. “Few have too […]

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