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Don’t write off Bato De la Rosa’s Korean Mafia claim just yet.

MET WITH much skepticism – at least in my Facebook timeline – is today’s news of Police Director General Ronald “Bato” De la Rosa’s press conference yesterday that some Korean mafia is responsible for the slay by policemen of South … Continue reading

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How the presence of big business aids in the development of our communities

CLIMATE change has become a hot social, political and economic topic worldwide. There are notable changes in well established weather patterns that governments and institutions have radically modified their forecasting models and, more importantly, made serious course correction in mitigating … Continue reading

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A last look at the VP race for 2016 – Part Two

IN THE previous blog we discussed how important the election of the Vice President is in the upcoming May 9, 2016 polls. The VP is not just a spare tire but must be a positive contributor to whoever becomes president, … Continue reading

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A chance for voters to take a second look

THE RECENT Vice Presidential debate   by ABS-CBN provided the latest, and perhaps the last comprehensive opportunity for voters to assess their choices in what appears to be a tight race. It is at this point when the candidates are revealed … Continue reading

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Leni Robredo and her stand vs Bongbong Marcos: a matter of principle

LENI Robredo is principled, no doubt about that. Of all the national candidates for the 2016 elections – Vice President, President, even Senator – Leni Robredo is the only one who can truly say she has principles and live up … Continue reading

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Edsa or Ph revolution?

IT’S FEBRUARY 24,2016, the eve of the 30th Anniversary of the EDSA Revolution. I am posting here something I wrote in Facebook Notes on this same anniversary in 2011. Because it’s there. For the nth time (in 25 years): yes, I was … Continue reading

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The bigness of the 2016 elections, out of sight, under our noses

WHILE all eyes are turned to the Presidential polls, the local contests from Representative, Governor, mayor all the way down to Kagawad have slipped the attention of the nation, as if what happens right under our noses locally does not … Continue reading

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