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Just days after his inauguration, Donald Trump has set into motion his plan to build a wall along the common border between the United States and Mexico purportedly to keep off illegal immigrants.

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The 45th POTUS

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The message resonated with the “forgotten men” and the “forgotten women” who apparently did enough to get more than the electoral votes required to elect Trump the 45th President of the United States.

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Every January, the Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) traditionally renders to the banking community and other stakeholders what may be considered as the Governor’s State of Banking Address (SoBA).

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If previous events are any indication, today’s (January 9) re-enactment is expected to attract almost 12 million devotees from all over. It will take the sea of maroon and yellow some 20 hours on the road as it moves the anda bearing the image of the Black Nazarene, inch by inch, from Luneta through the streets of Quiapo district and finally to the Quiapo church.

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Among all of our heroes, Dr. Jose Rizal, whose martyrdom we observed last December 30, is without any doubt the most written about. But one can never get tired leafing through Rizaliana materials. There is always something new, something interesting to learn about him.

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In a predominantly Catholic country like the Philippines, the main Christmas tradition is one of preparation for the coming of the Savior in an atmosphere of family togetherness and in the spirit of sharing.

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