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Rodney Jaleco

Fake news is ‘satanic’

MANILA The Pope has spoken. Fake news is “satanic.” Fake news has taken the world by storm. It’s the rage among world leaders who crave to be tyrants. Fake news and blatant lying have become destructive weapons of cowardly leaders. They abuse their power by intimidating their own people through ...

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EDITORIAL: The “Brains Vs. Blood” Debate

In his State of the Nation message, President Trump outlined his plan for making America’s immigration system merit-based by slashing family-based immigration. The president wants to end visa preferences for parents, adult children and siblings of immigrants. Only minor children or spouses would qualify for family visas. According to the ...

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Ceres stuns Brisbane

By Cedelf P. Tupas With another brave and clinical performance on enemy ground, Philippines Football League champion Ceres Negros pulled off one of the biggest upsets in AFC Champions League history, while boosting the country’s footballing reputation anew. By stunning Brisbane Roar, 3-2, last Tuesday night in AFC Asian Cup ...

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Why Buy Now?

  When we came in the United States 1994, we were in full force – three adults and four young children with another one on the way.  My mom and my brother who came here first were just renting a room and there is no way we were allowed to ...

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Mortgage loans

There are few most common mortgage loans nowadays that buyers avail based on their qualifications and affordability. Be careful in choosing your best options as to your qualifications and what you can truly afford.   Most of my potential buyers of course opt for no down payment at all. However; there ...

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They call EJKs an achievement

MANILA Only someone with a mental condition would call the killings of thousands of people an achievement. And yet, that is one of the “achievements” claimed by the Duterte administration here in their year-end report. And if we Filipinos just keep quiet and accept that as a fact, then there’s ...

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EDITORIAL: The Immigration Debate

Among the issues that will surely dominate this year’s national conversation is immigration.           According to news reports, liberals in Congress want to do away with the restrictive quota-based system that has governed U.S. immigration policy for decades. These quotas, for instance, limit migrants from Asia and Latin America. As a ...

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Brrrrrrr!

It was so cold, when I hailed a taxi the cab driver could read my spoken words frozen in the air. It was so cold even my car needed hot coffee and not gasoline to get going. It was so cold that the snowman took shelter inside the igloo. It ...

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