July 26, 2017, 10:36 am
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Business Incidental

Bank safety rules to stay: Yel

December 16, 2016
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WASHINGTON- Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said that tough banking rules are protecting financial markets and should largely be held in place.


December 07, 2016
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The Philippines could raise between $200 million and $500 million (P10 billion to P25 billion) in loans annually from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) to fund infrastructure projects, a senator said on Tuesday, after the senate ratified the country’s membership to the China-backed institution.

Oil imports drop 1% in first h

October 24, 2016
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Philippine oil imports dropped one percent in the first half of the year due data from the Department of Energy (DOE) showed.

Dangers and benefits

August 26, 2016
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Many people are happy over the fact that more than 1000 drug suspects have either been killed or detained. This is one reason Digong Duterte made it to the presidency.


July 05, 2016
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The South Luzon Expressway has signs that say “exit” in all places going to the towns along the way. There are no signs of “entrance” because the access road can lead to nowhere but the expressway.


June 29, 2016
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President elect Digong Duterte believes he will do well without mainstream media. It really depends: One, -he continues to oppose or fight media better known as the Fourth Estate in other countries.

Incidental Intelligence

June 09, 2016
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Winning by death of a loved one -- Cory too benefitted from husband’s death -- Confluence of events


May 26, 2016
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Three-children family -- TV grammar -- Food for the poor

Incidental Intelligence

May 20, 2016
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Reconciling with the Reds -- Traffic jams -- Untrained traffic enforcers


Shoot to kill

May 19, 2016
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The plan of President-elect Duterte to “shoot to kill” is dangerous. It is open to abuse. His men who will shoot to  kill can always claim self-defense. The victims may be personal enemies.


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.’