Monday, July 16, 2018

Vantage Points

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Thinking Allowed – Business closures and taxation

by Nicasio Angelo AgustinLast week, the closure of 46 branches of a bakery chain made gained significant mileage in local news. Personnel from the...
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Current – Determining good from bad statistics

by Alex RoldanThe election fever has finally set in and the temperature is heating up. Undeniably, statistics are fueling the people’s fervor for the...
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Gospel of Hope – Peace

by Rev. Dr. Mariano C. Apilado There can be no development without peace; there can be no peace without justice; there can be no...
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Expat – The environment and us

by Klaus Döring While Mother Earth is dying slowly but surely, the powers are really facing more and more big problems to win the...
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Editorial: Producing ‘neo-illiterates’

The  Arroyo administration is reported to have blinked on the proposed tax on text messages, wary of a possible political backlash in the coming...
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Thinking Allowed – What would Ate Shawie say?

by Nicasio Angelo Agustin The typical peaceful Sunday past was wracked with news of yet another maritime tragedy.  Super Ferry 9, en route to...
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Money and You: Money can’t cure poverty

by Jet V. Villamor ONE basic misconception that most people have, especially those in third world countries, is that money cures all, including and...
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Gospel of Hope: Love

by Rev. Dr. Mariano C. Apilado LOVE, it has often been said, is what makes the world go round. The position of this column...
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Expat – Why Davao City?

by Klaus Döring A couple of days ago I got the chance to meet Davao City’s Vice Mayor Sara Duterte for an interview. I...