July 26, 2017, 10:26 am
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Opinion Of The Day

The Liberals on choosing Mar

‘We need another 12 years of continuous good governance and high economic growth. Secretary Mar and Senator Poe are the only people who can make this guarantee.’

Manila Council condemns garbage from Canada

‘Canada is one of the world’s largest countries with huge vast tracks of unoccupied terrain... ideal site for the disposal of their own tainted trash.” – Manila City Council.’

The fountain of youth

‘Anyone who claims they can reverse the aging process is lying.’

Andy Bautista has two jobs

‘The question Amurao and Bautista do not want to answer is who made the PHC shares worthless.’  

Skirting impeachment

“The other interpretation is the fear it would be extremely difficult to impeach Binay if he wins the Presidential race next year.”

History: Harsh or humdrum

‘Why do you think history is important? What can the Filipinos learn from World War II history specifically?’

The outlook for Asian security

‘It is not “hot wars” but a mix of economic cooperation, military cooperation and rivalry between China and the United States.’

Coin scam unfolds

‘That P900-million project was eventually mothballed because of the controversy surrounding the deal but the damage had been done: thousands of poor quality passports.’

Bilateral transaction

‘The DBP   should not sell short-tenor bonds to increase capital as required by the BSP.’

Happy Labor Day!

‘Multinational businesses make billions in net profit. Contractuals create all that profit but not paid enough for food. Businesses love DOLE for allowing them to pocket it all.’


Front Page

Column of the Day

Wyoming, we want our bells back!

By DAHLI ASPILLERA | July 26,2017
‘I uphold and stand for the entirety of President Duterte’s SONA... Also for his demand for the return of the Balangiga Bells whose fate I wrote about 22 years ago.’

Opinion of the Day


By DODY LACUNA | July 26, 2017
‘The possible assassination of the very popular Duterte by the CPP/NPA would likely lead to an intense civil unrest, with the military suddenly cracking down on leftist groups, the opposition and the media.’