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PILOpino Tayo! (Filipino version)

Ito si Pilo.

May pagmamalaking tinatawag ang sarili na “Anak ng Tundo.”

Ina niya ay dating kasambahay.

Ama niya ay dating tindero at mensahero.

Sipag. Sikap. 204 more words

PILOpino Tayo! (English version)

This is Pilo.

Proudly calls himself “Anak ng Tundo.”

A son of a househelp and a messenger.

Hard work. Perseverance. Intellect.

Those were his stepping stones to success. 206 more words

New Fronts in the Judicial War: Will Progressives Adopt the Conservative Model on State Courts and Solicitors General?

The 2018 elections have come and gone, with both sides finding something to smile about in the results.  For Republicans, the reinforced Senate majority ensures that Trump can continue to fill federal vacancies with conservatives.  1,042 more words

Updates And Commentary

Once more with conviction

Every few months I indulge myself in a little daydream of doing a PhD in criminology.  Like all good daydreams, it’s rich in lovely feelings – imagine sitting in the library all day, thinking deep thoughts about money laundering, breaking off occasionally to have a cheese scone in the tea-room – and poor in detail.  332 more words

Money Laundering

B.C.'s Minister of Public Safety issues message to drivers, in particular young men

B.C.’s Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General has written an open letter in light of troubling traffic statistics.

“As the minister responsible for road safety in B.C., I’m troubled by these facts,” writes Mark Farnworth. 445 more words