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Editorial cartoon, September 18, 2014

Editorial cartoon

Posted: September 18th, 2014 in Editorial Cartoon | Read More »

Out of the shadows

Tomorrow, the highly industrialized Korean coastal city of Incheon will lift the curtains off the 17th Asian Games.

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National need must dominate

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The contretemps that was the truck ban raises a very important question: Who’s in charge? I would have thought the Constitution is clear enough when it says in Article X Section 4 that “The President of the Philippines shall exercise general supervision over local governments.”

Posted: September 18th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Ambivalence

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I did say you couldn’t just dismiss P-Noy’s “I hope it’s not me” as a joke, and his statements in Brussels the other day confirm it. Those statements, made before Pinoys in that country, show the quandary he is in and the ambivalence he feels in the face of it. He is of two minds about it, and you don’t quite know which one will win out in the end.

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Proponents of GM rice ignore the risks

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Genetically modified (GM) rice, cleverly dubbed “golden rice” by its proponents, is rice whose genetic makeup is being manipulated so that its grains will contain beta carotene, the precursor of Vitamin A. It is supposed to help prevent Vitamin A deficiency, a leading cause of blindness. Experiments have been ongoing, with the aim of introducing GM rice to the public in a couple of years.

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  • Editorial cartoon, September 18, 2014
  • Out of the shadows
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  • Ambivalence
  • Proponents of GM rice ignore the risks
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