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Don’t underestimate the little woman!

BY JUN VELASCO THIS COLUMN was written minutes after President Digong’s third SONA (State of the Nation Address). We were pleasantly surprised at the President’s obra...

What became of Josephine Bracken?

BY JUN VELASCO EVERY Rizal Day – on the hero’s birth or death anniversary – the nation pauses to honor the man, even if only...

Mocha visits family friends in Dagupan

BY JUN VELASCO IT WAS fiesta galore for Mocha Uson and company  in Dagupan last weekend when the Assistant Press Secretary breezed into town with...

In praise of love’s power

BY JUN VELASCO WE WERE searching for a timely message for our readers, taking into account the political turbulence that’s making nations anxious if not...

Requiem for Sen. Edong Angara

BY JUN VELASCO IT HURTS to say “goodbye” to a good man, that’s for sure. Such is the case of former senator Ed Angara, an exemplary...

Laguna and Pangasinan in Rizal’s life

BY JUN VELASCO AS WE BEAT the deadline for this paper, two national organizations where we’ve held humble positions were preparing for their election of...

‘Not a moment, but a movement’

BY JUN VELASCO WE ARE TAKING the liberty of reprinting this moving Philippine Daily Inquirer editorial for its creative punch and worldwide relevance if only...

Origin of fake news traced

BY JUN VELASCO UNLIKE in the unlamented past, say, 20 to 30 years back or earlier, we in our present world are now aware of...

Conscience vs law

WE MUST be in our early 20s when University of the Philippines’ (UP) Political Science graduate Nestor Beltran Pulido and this MLQU (Manuel L....

The only option

REPORTS quoting 61 congressmen the likes of Pangasinan’s Leopoldo Bataoil, a former top honcho of the Philippine National Police, opting for the reopening of...

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