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My last talk with Ninoy Aquino
Friday, 09.26.2014, 01:22pm

President B. S. Aquino 3rd’s strong words in Boston, while recalling his father’s three year- medical furlough there, and his assassination at the Manila international airport upon his return on August 21, 1983, compel me to reveal for the first time a conversation I had with Ninoy Aquino at Harvard in the summer of 1982.

 

Garapal: Abad’s DAP loot for Batanes
Saturday, 08.09.2014, 12:04am
Apologies to my readers who don’t like the use of street lingo, but that was the Filipino word that immediately entered my mind when I read yesterday that Budget Secretary Florencio Abad’s home province of Batanes, his fiefdom, got P133 million from the unconstitutional Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP).
Who wins in the immigration game?

Tuesday, 07.29.2014, 05:21pm
Human resources are the greatest wealth a country can have. The manpower, the skills and talent, the resources and wealth they can produce and the ideas they can create can make a nation rich and progressive. Natural resources can only be turned into wealth if there is manpower and their ideas to turn them into finished products and services.
Study finds extreme obesity may cut lifespan by up to 14 years

Saturday, 07.19.2014, 05:15pm
WASHINGTON: Adults who are extremely obese may cut their lifespans by up to 14 years because they have increased risk of cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney and liver diseases, according to a US study out on Tuesday.
Hope for the poor?
Friday, 05.30.2014, 01:20am
All eyes are on Manila as about 600 delegates from 30 countries converge here today for the 23rd World Economic Forum (WEF) to discuss how the rapid East Asian economic growth could distribute its benefits more equitably among its 600 million people.
Too much’ politics foils Yolanda rehab
Friday, 05.30.2014, 01:10am
SURVIVORS of Typhoon Yolanda are bearing the brunt of “too much” politics that has been hampering rehabilitation efforts in severely hit areas in Eastern Visayas, an international relief agency said.
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