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The quest for financial freedom

HAVE you heard about the Filipino immigrant in the United States who sought the advice of American financial analyst Mark Ford on techniques that...

Why be a June bride or groom?

THIS month of June has universal popularity as “the wedding month.” To a certain extent, to be a June bride has become an obsession...

A call for PECO to obey the law

IT IRKS customers that Panay Electric Co. (PECO) resorts to strange legal maneuvers to perpetuate its power-distribution function in Iloilo City despite the expiration...

Resounding victory for the Contreras family

(Our regular columnist yields his space to Associate Justice Edward B. Contreras of the Court of Appeals, writing on the political fortune of his...

The elusive PECO-to-MORE transition

WHY DO the people of Iloilo City fret over the endless “power struggle” between Panay Electric Co. (PECO) and MORE Electric and Power Corporation...

Bank’s closure worrisome

COFFEE time with friends Bong Gustilo and Melvin de Leon the other day saw us lamenting the sudden closure of Valiant Bank on the...

Smartmatic’s ‘magic 12’

THIS writer firmly believes that the “winning” 12 senatorial candidates do not owe us voters their good fortune. They probably owe it to unidentified...

Pre-election tremors

WITH one day to go before election 2019, we hope and pray for peace and order to prevail.Realistically, however, unfolding events do not sustain...

Will she be first congresswoman of Iloilo City?

JULIENNE “Jam-jam” Baronda is such a sweet woman that she reminds us of our favorite strawberry jam sandwich; or maybe mango jam for brother...

Senior citizens may also have fun

ELEVEN years ago, I wrote in this corner how I turned from happy to sad while queuing to pay my basket of goods to...

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