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EDITORIAL| War against drugs

DESPITE the stinging criticisms he received from rights groups both local and internationally, Pres. Rodrigo Duterte, in his second state of the nation address last Monday,

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TIMESMAN| Magising na kayo sa katotohanan!

I HOPE President Duterte will not take it as an insult to his highest office when I didn’t listen to his second state of the nation address like I did during his first speech last year.

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ROUGH CUTS|An OFW comes home … for good

THIS IS a true story. And we have heard this happened many times already.

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ROUGH CUTS| Probers probing themselves?

THE ARMED Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) are investigating reports that three gun stores in Marawi City were selling arms and ammunition

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PLAIN AND SIMPLE| Serving the senior citizens

I USED to tease my friends who were reaching the senior age. I used to text them congratulating them for the privileges.

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EDITORIAL| A comfortable life for all

WITH THE theme “A comfortable life for all” the second State of the Nation Address of Pres. Rodrigo Duterte went straight to his war on drugs, saying that no development

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EGALITARIAN| 3 big questions

I HAD a hearty talk with known development economists and political movers of Davao City. The group was composed of a long spectrum of idealists and practical reformist.

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EDITORIAL| A comfortable life for all

WITH the theme “A comfortable life for all” the second State of the Nation Address of Pres. Rodrigo Duterte went straight to his war on drugs, saying that no development will  be possible unless the drug problem will be solved.

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EGALITARIAN| 3 Big Questions

I HAD a hearty talk with the known development economists and political movers of Davao City. The group was composed of a long spectrum of idealists and practical reformist.

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LUGAR LANG| High on Philippine Literature in Senior High (Part 2)

LEFT to their own devices (literally), today’s Grade 11 students have been asked to do individual research on a local writer.

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