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Lokohan na ‘to!

ANO BA ang masasabi n’yo sa taong nagsasabi na ang kalabaw ay mas maliit sa pusa? Hindi ba nakaiinsulto na ang isang praktikal na bagay ay ginagawang napakahirap unawain? 22 more words

News

Law or Good faith

I myself cannot see the fine line between the law and the good faith. Last Monday, July 14, 2012 was the anticipated explanation of Mr. President in his administration because of the clamors about the controversial DAP (Disbursement Acceleration Program) declared unconstitutional by the SC (Supreme Court). 394 more words

EDITORIAL

Honor in the Line of Fire: Why our protest against the Philippine president is justified

“The line of fire is a place of honor.”

–Lean Alejandro, Youth Activist in the Philippines

In the spirit of the countless generations of progressive and militant activists that have dared to stand up to state repression in the Philippines, community organizers here in the United States chose to confront Philippine President BS Aquino during his (unwelcome) visit to both New York City and San Francisco. 877 more words

Statements

A Call for a Toasted Pork

It’s a big deal for the society to tackle on the political issues in the Philippines with wide variety of hot matters in which resulted to toilsome discussions within the public office. 716 more words

Nation

Marcos, His Solution to Philippine Energy Crisis

MANILA, Phippines — For the many, he might be the most unloved figure in Philippines history, but former President Ferdinand E. Marcos also brought this country to its heydays no other presidents have achieved. 389 more words

More Entrepreneurs in the Philippines!


Last September 9, I attended the ASEAN Business Awards Philippines.

It’s a body that recognizes businesses that contributes to our country on our trade with the South East Asian region economy. 1,451 more words

Business Stories

Crossing fingers for LP dilemma

If the ruling Liberal Party (LP) wants to maintain its leadership in 2016 and beyond, it better start getting their act in sync now or all will be lost to the opposition. 694 more words

Government