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TIMESMAN| I proved myself wrong

WHEN then Mayor Rody Duterte chose to run for the presidency against those moneyed politicians, I predicted that he would not survive the rigors of the campaign

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TIMESMAN|How not to feel retired?

THIS will be my 55 nights sleeping in a new environment I choose to spend my remaining years

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TIMESMAN| The father in me

THIS ARTICLE was supposed to be for yesterday, Father’s Day, but since my publisher assigned this corner to appear only from Monday to Friday (which I could not even

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TIMESMAN| “Live and let die”

OOPS, the title has nothing to do with a James Bond movie.

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TIMESMAN| Nakaw na yaman

THE ARREST of the patriarch of the leaders of the Maute group here on Tuesday may not be big news to some daily national

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TIMESMAN| A lesson gamblers must remember

I MAY agree with the official statement of Malacanang that what happened at the Resorts World Manila when a gunman attacked the hotel-casino complex

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TIMESMAN| A call to fellow senior citizens!

I HAVE to swallow my pride after I changed my mind not to sell the old house for sentimental reasons,

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TIMESMAN| Martial law: Macoy vs Digong versions

MINDANAO is now on its 6th day under martial law declared by President Duterte on May 23. But unlike the Marcos’ martial law of long ago, the Duterte version of the declaration of military

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TIMESMAN| Constitution `favors’ corruption

THE provision in the 1987 Constitution allowing politicians defeated in elections to get appointed to government posts after the one year ban should be amended or totally scrapped 

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TIMESMAN| Alert advisory

WITH the recent two bombings in Quiapo, Metro Manila that killed and seriously wounded many innocent people, authorities immediately attributed the barbaric incidents

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