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Editorial: Learn all lessons

Now that the elections are over, it is time to look at how lessons can be learned especially on the part of the Commission on…

Publisher’s Notes: ‘Bato’ Who?

Itaga mo sa Bato! Batong Bakal! Bato who? Whatever! But the “Bato” I knew years ago is now Your Honor, the Senator of the Republic!…

Editorial: The struggle vs. HIV/AIDS

On December 20, 2018, President Rodrigo Duterte signed the Philippine HIV and AIDS Policy Act of 2018 or Republic Act No 11166, repealing the 21-year-old…

Honoring My Mother: The sound of silence

Parents and teachers, along with the overworked and the stressed-out all yearn for it, and the Desiderata could not have been more correct. “Go placidly…

Timesman: Take note, senior citizens!

Chicago, Illinois – Senior citizen friends who came here as tourists or green card holders but returned to our native country after only few months…

Editorial: Fork over knives

Let us have a respite from the excitement of Monday’s electoral exercise and dwell on some issues that confront us, elections or not. Health should…

Rough Cuts: Have Partylist, will go to Congress

Less than two weeks before last Monday’s midterm elections we wrote on this space our third column on our observation that the so-called Partylist system…

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