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Mothers leading peace in Paquibato

ALICE Thomas Ellis, a prolific British essayist and author, has a famous quote about men, women, and war: “Men were made for war. Without it they wondered greyly about, getting under the feet of women, who were trying to organize

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TALKBACK THURSDAY|Duterte’s shock and awe

FINALLY, we have a president who dared to publicly declare that we are no longer a colony of the United States of America

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| Another Mindanao is possible

WHEN THEY officially launched the implementing phase of the Bangsamoro peace agreements between the Philippine government

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| To be human is to communicate peacefully

AS I listen to the words being exchanged between the government and the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| 911 and Bato

EVERYBODY knows President Duterte wants 911 for the entire country just like what he started in Davao City

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| Duterte’s Destiny

SO MUCH has been said about President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s all out war against illegal drugs, crime, and corruption.

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| Transitioning and embracing change

I HAD the fortune of interacting with Bataan first district Representative Geraldine Roman during the National

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY|PeaceTOC through PeaceBOC

I AM so inspired by the positive response of the National Democratic Front (NDF), the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF),

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY|No to toxic masculinity

THE RECENT mass shooting in Orlando, Florida that killed at least 50 people is another example of how domestic violence is a predictor of community violence.

Posted in Opinion

TALKBACK THURSDAY| Taxing “junk food” as part of the food revolution

ONE of the innovative programs initiated by the people of Davao City and supported by the City Government of Davao

Posted in Opinion