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Reason to be bullish

Filipinos have reason to face the new year bursting with hope. That is, insofar as the economy is concerned. From all indications, Asia’s best performer in 2012 is headed for another banner year.

Posted: December 31st, 2012 in Editor's Pick,Editorial | Read More »

Rice smuggling explodes under Aquino

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Despite former National Food Authority Administrator Angelito Banayo’s claims of a tuwid na daan policy during his watch, International Monetary Fund trade figures show that rice smuggling in the Aquino administration’s first two years—abetted by the NFA head himself, witnesses recently alleged in the Senate—has exploded to unprecedented levels, estimated at over P16.6 billion worth during this period.

Posted: December 19th, 2012 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Akbayan’s OFW parasite and con man

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When President Aquino needs to hit his enemies, and make it appear as if the “masses” are doing it, he calls on his fake party-list Akbayan. Aping its boss, when Akbayan needs to badmouth its critics, it calls on its letter-to-the-editor-writing trolls, and in my case recently, on a bogus OFW leader in Greece, one Jose Valencia.

Posted: November 21st, 2012 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Smuggling at its worst under Aquino

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Smuggling in the Philippines is at its worst under President Aquino’s administration, with the smuggled value averaging $19.6 billion annually, an explosion from the comparable figures of $3.1 billion and $3.8 billion yearly during the terms of Presidents Joseph Estrada and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, respectively.

Posted: November 14th, 2012 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Framework agreement for PH dismemberment

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Read the actual document itself, not just the mawkish “peace-is-at-hand” articles, and you will see that the “Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro” President Aquino yielded to the Moro Islamic Liberation Front is clearly a roadmap for the republic’s dismemberment.

Posted: October 17th, 2012 in Columnists,Columns,Editor's Pick,Featured Columns,Featured Headline,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

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  • CIDG files charges vs 53 over anomalous projects
  • ‘Artwork of God’ becomes tourist site in N. Cotabato
  • Malabuyoc’s hot springs
  • Bangsamoro bill undergoing polishing
  • New SC justice Jardeleza goes on leave
  • Sports

  • Fiery Blazers cuff Generals
  • Guiao not buying trade plea of star Lee just yet
  • Surging Archers, Tams eye share of UAAP lead
  • Arenas joins Iverson in November Manila visit
  • Castro plays sparingly as Gilas bows to Angolans
  • Lifestyle

  • ‘The Last Five Years’–heartbreak that sears and soars
  • Boy Wonder: The magic of Sungha Jung’s music
  • Makeup transformations: There’s funny–and there’s ‘feeling’
  • RG Capital Holdings Inc. spearheads Edificio 1587 groundbreaking ceremony
  • Men’s fashion heads for India
  • Entertainment

  • A ‘refresher course’ on Mariah Carey
  • Robin Williams’s ashes scattered in San Francisco Bay—reports
  • Nora Aunor honored with UP Gawad Plaridel for film, TV excellence
  • Nick Jonas takes a ‘big, bold step’ in solo career
  • Message of love and concern
  • Business

  • BSP issues new credit card restrictions
  • New investor vows to turn RPN 9 around
  • Private sector leaders meet to tackle Asean trade issues
  • Harbor Star at odds with BOC
  • Paxys mulls over delisting
  • Technology

  • Court of Appeals stops P7-B text refund
  • 220 Japanese girls caught cybersoliciting
  • Teenager shoots himself while posing for a selfie
  • Microsoft to unveil new Windows software–report
  • Bill penalizing techy intruders advances to plenary
  • Opinion

  • Editorial Cartoon, August 23, 2014
  • AFP, Janus-faced?
  • What if ‘politically motivated’?
  • Aquino’s lasting legacy
  • Contrasts
  • Global Nation

  • Filipino sailor in Togo undergoes tests for Ebola
  • Itu Aba: On this rock stands PH suit against China
  • Filipina mom’s death in Jersey City ruled suspicious
  • Pope on the road to Metro Manila via ‘dyipmobile’
  • Manila holds 2nd prayer day for Hong Kong tourists slain in 2010
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