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The recent discovery of rhinoceros bones and stone tools in Cagayan Valley opens up a great deal of possibilities for Philippine history. Not only will this impact our past as a nation but as well as our culture and heritage as a people.

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Today we commemorate the bravery and heroism of those who laid down their lives on April 9, 1942, to offer us the liberty we enjoy today.

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Electoral fraud

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As the May, 2018, Barangay Election slowly closes in, the familiar Filipino election “blues” also begin to set in.

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Time and again, the Filipino’s inherent goodness and generosity emerges as our most distinct character as a people, especially in times of distress and emergencies.

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Politics in sports

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From a spectator’s standpoint, sports competitions are sources of entertainment that brings an adrenalin rush when a basketball goes through the hoop or a volleyball smashes on the floor after a spiker’s all-strength attack.

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From the many crisis situations I have witnessed and responded to, from strong typhoons like Yolanda to the devastating earthquake in Bohol, I have come to the conclusion that a crucial determinant of the success of operations in situations like the ones mentioned above, is the unity and synergy between and among the instrumentalities of government tasked to manage the emergency situation.

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