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Been there, heard that

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Been there, heard thatPresident Noynoy Aquino, the indifferent student and accidental leader, finally made it to Harvard as a speaker at the university’s Kennedy School of...

Reaping the whirlwind

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Reaping the whirlwindWhat Budget Secretary Butch Abad experienced at the University of the Philippines at the hands of some 60 irate students should not happen to a dog. But it...

Marcos burial issue must end

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Marcos burial issue must endThe controversy over the burial of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani is the minds of people once again.

The return of old China

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The return of old ChinaNANNING, CHINA, Sept. 23.  I am now in this bustling southern city of the world’s most populous country midway into our ten-day tour of five major...

UP loses its way

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UP loses its wayUnconstitutionally siphoning off billions of taxpayers’ funds into the pork barrel projects of Congress is apparently okay. What’s more, protesting...

Caution on extraordinary powers

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Caution on extraordinary powersToday, September 23, is the real anniversary for all Filipinos who were alive and old enough to remember. Regardless of whether Proclamation 1081 was signed two...

A dangerous precedent

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A dangerous precedentThe 365 Club at Hotel Intercon marked its 42nd year of existence yesterday. The club was founded the day after the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos proclaimed...

Bicameralism is useless in the Philippines

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Bicameralism is useless in the PhilippinesNorth America in the eighteenth century was divided among three colonial powers of Europe—the United Kingdom (also known as Great Britain), France, and...

Rewriting history

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Rewriting historyThe country marked last Sunday the 42nd anniversary of Ferdinand Marcos’ Proclamation 1081, which placed the whole country under Martial Law from 1972 to...

WB head on PH economy: Praise and caution

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WB head on PH economy: Praise and cautionRanking officials of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund who visit Manila somehow feel a compulsion to go overboard and say glowing things about...

The culture of rudeness

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The culture  of rudenessThere is no justification for rudeness, not the ugly form that it took when students at what is supposed to be the country’s premier university shoved,...

Travel, then and now

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Travel, then and nowBy the time you finish reading this column, four commercial flights have taken off or landed somewhere in the country.

What greed destroys

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What greed  destroysPope Francis stated that money, per se, is not what destroys. It is the greed for money that does. He said, “Take care to guard against all greed, for...

Realities and the 11th hour

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Realities and the 11th hourHolding a white cup, 33-year-old Rodne Galicha of Romblon province kneels in front of a portion of the Cantingas River in Sibuyan Island. He scoops water to fill...

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