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ROUGH CUTS| Is Trillanes obsessed to destroy the President?

HOW far can maverick (or more aptly, reckless) Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV go in his obsession to destroy President Rodrigo Duterte? He has gone to the extent of showing to the media alleged documents purportedly showing the President’s huge undeclared bank

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PLAIN AND SIMPLE| One lazy afternoon

THERE is really nothing special that spells magic one lazy afternoon.

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TIMESMAN| Two unexpected people

I WAS at the burial of a good friend Antonio “Tony” Manalo Pilpil last Sunday morning at the Davao Memorial Park.

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EDITORIAL| Safety and security for boarders

THE CITY government is closing down some 260 boarding houses because they do not have the business permit to operate such establishments.

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ROUGH CUTS| How’s the fines collection?

WE CONGRATULATE City Hall, specifically the City Treasurer’s Office, for continuously surpassing its monthly revenues and receipts target based on the published report from the said local government office.

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CLOSE TO HOME| What about personal development?

AROUND 2005, there seemed to be a boom of personal development products ranging from books to DVD down to various platforms on the internet.

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LUGAR LANG| Women’s Bonds Breaking Through

WHEN Jeanette Laurel-Ampog, Executive Director of Talikala, Inc. invited me to emcee their 30th anniversary celebration on August 7, my main reason for accepting was to be acquainted with the work that the organization does.

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EGALITARIAN| Federalism 101

LAST week was a blast; PDuterte ordered the creation of 24-man commissioners to draft a Constitution for the shift towards federalism. 

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EDITORIAL| Top priorities

THE TOP government economist, National Economic and Development Authority Director General Ernesto Pernia, believes it would be better for the country to invest more on education and health.

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TIMESMAN| Preserve the old CFI building

I AM 100 percent in support of the appeal of our good friend, Councilor Pilar Caneda Braga, to Mayor Inday Sara to preserve the more than half century old Court of First Instance

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