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For love of country

Filipinos seem to be rallying behind the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte, based on a nationwide survey conducted by Pulse Asia last month. In that survey conducted by Pulse Asia from September 25 to October 1, Duterte’s approval and trust […]
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Humility as a virtue

The word humility is defined in the Merriam Webster Dictionary as the quality or state of being humble. Humility, most often than not, is mistaken as a sign of weakness and submissiveness or even fear. But to me, real humility […]
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Miriam was Asia’s ‘Iron Lady’

Former Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago, known as the “iron lady of Asia” died Thursday morning after a two-year battle with lung cancer. She was 71 years old. According to reports, Santiago died peacefully in her sleep at 8:51 Thursday morning […]
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The war on drugs successful?

Communications Secretary Martin Andanar is saying that the government’s relentless drive against banned narcotics was a success due to the high number of drug addicts who voluntarily surrendered to the police and undergo drug rehabilitation. As of this week, the […]
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Dead men tell no tales

We’ve heard of it before. Dead men tell no tales This is exactly what happened to Iloilo top drug lord Melvin Odicta. For those who missed it, he and his wife Meriam were shot dead early Monday morning by unidentified […]
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Decongesting Metro Manila

Now that the fight against illegal drugs is in full swing and that the police appear to be winning in its nationwide campaign against all forms of criminality, President Rodrgo Duterte is probably seriously making plans now on how to […]
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Senator De Lima in peril

President Rodrigo Duterte remains morally passionate in his desire to rid the country of illegal drugs and all forms of criminality. He has vowed that his campaign against all forms of criminality, particularly against illegal drugs, will continue without let […]
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Let history judge him

President Duterte has already given the “green light” for the burial of former President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libigan  ng mga Bayani next month despite strong indignation coming from anti Marcos organizations and human rights activists. The “yellow ribbon” allies […]
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Senator Leila ‘lying’ de Lima

Senator Leila ‘lying’ de Lima is fuming mad regarding allegations that the proliferation of illegal drugs were rampant at the National Bilibid Prison (NBP) during her term as Justice Secretary. Senator De Lima recently delivered a privilege speech where she […]
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Ruling useless China leaves disputed seas

The recent favorable ruling the Philippine government got from the United Nation’s international arbitral tribunal means nothing unless China can be expelled from the disputed island in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). The UN Security Council should now […]