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COMMENTARY: Banks rule

BY BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat Perspective A WEEK before his fifth State of the Nation Address, President Benigno Aquino III signed into law Republic Act (RA) 10641...

PEOPLE POWWOW: The dying Philippine movie industry

BY HERBERT VEGO AS an entertainment reporter in Manila in the 1970s, I remember the stiff competition that Filipino movies were giving their Hollywood counterparts. For...

WORM’S EYE VIEW: Fear of jail

BY ROMMEL YNION LOYALTY, cut down to size, has become just a word bereft of any meaning, used more often than not as a tool...

ADVOCACY MINDANAO: On fighting back tears

BY JESS G. DUREZA WHEN I wrote last time mentioning about President Benigno Aquino III holding back tears during his State of the Nation Address...

BRIDGES: The need for clear government policy on food safety

BY SAMMY JULIAN TODAY, buyers and consumers are more meticulous when it comes to the quality and safety of food and other agricultural products they...

FAITH, HOPE, CHARITY: Family farms

BY IKE SEÑERES FAMILIES and farms have been around for centuries, but it seems that it is only in recent times that “family farms” as legal...

RURAL UPDATE: More on preparing for the APEC

BY JOHNNY NOVERA IN our column of July 29, 2014, we talked about Iloilo’s selection as host of two meetings from 10 member-countries in the forthcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit scheduled from September...

PEOPLE POWWOW: What a party-list for seafarers should do

By HERBERT VEGO WE have received text messages asking: Is the Free Legal Assistance for Seafarers (FLAS) a party-list representation? We are not surprised by...

WORM’S EYE VIEW: Superboy restless in his grave?

BY ROMMEL YNION OUR eyes glued to the boob tube as P-Noy dead-panned his delivery of his State of the Nation Address, we were sure...

ACCENTS: SONA, SOPA or SONAT-TA?

BY JULIA CARREON-LAGOC AS a fourth grader in the San Antonio-San Nicolas Elementary School (SASNES), my alma mater, I recall how the teacher would repudiate...

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