March 22, 2018, 2:36 am
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Column Of The Day

Not Bonifacio’s revolution

by ABIGAIL VALTE on December 05, 2017
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‘Calling for a revolutionary government is a tacit admission that Mr. Duterte is unable to fix the country’s problems within the constitutional framework under which he was elected.’

The Nutcracker at CCP

by DAHLI ASPILLERA on December 04, 2017
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‘Ballet Philippines’ The Nutcracker, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines, through December 10.’

Bonifacio’s Laguna

by DAHLI ASPILLERA on December 01, 2017
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‘We honor heroes like Andres Bonifacio by keeping them alive as symbols in our quest for freedom, social justice, and solidarity.--Provincial Government of Laguna.’

Duterte wins great respect of

by NESTOR MATA on November 30, 2017
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‘This is why the Yellows can no longer hope for re-election.’

But what about the islanders?

by JOSE BAYANI BAYLON on November 29, 2017
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‘It’s their island. It’s their future. It’s their life. Can you give them not slogans but a viable alternative?’

Cigarettes, solons and carcino

by DEAN DELA PAZ on November 28, 2017
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‘How difficult is it to understand that increasing excise taxes on tobacco, while increasing tax revenues, does not reduce the peso’s purchasing power?’

UN’s Colville’s encroachments

by DAHLI ASPILLERA on November 27, 2017
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‘If VP Robredo is confident she won, why does she keep blocking our efforts to submit incontrovertible evidence which contradicts her claim? – Marcos camp.’

Climate Change Consciousness W

by DAHLI ASPILLERA on November 24, 2017
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‘Sen. Legarda stresses urgency for the Philippines to be climate-smart.’

Fascinating history (1)

by PHILIP S. CHUA on November 23, 2017
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‘The physicians at that time did not even know that simple aspirin had any potential role in the prevention or treatment of heart attacks.’

Ban Open Pit mining? Ban Caes

by JOSE BAYANI BAYLON on November 22, 2017
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‘But always you will have people who are are convinced that open pit or surface mining is evil.’


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Realities of aging

By PHILIP S. CHUA | March 22,2018
‘We no longer have any excuse not to maximize our health and longevity.’

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CenterLaw voids Duterte’s decision

By NESTOR MATA | March 22, 2018
‘The Center for International Law (CenterLaw) voids Duterte’s decision to withdraw from the UNCHR and ICC.’