Monthly Archives: May 2011

Senaryo Pagkatapos ni Bin Laden


by Fermin Salvador.
May 16, 2011
Kung lilimiin ang paraan ng paggalaw ng alinmang establisimyentong militar sa daigdig kabilang na ang US sa istratehiyang pamprayoridad sa halimbawa’y gera laban sa terorismo partikular ang Al-Kayda Continue reading

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Attitude Impacts Health, Life


by Dr. Philip S. Chua.
May 16, 2011
Show me a man with an attitude and I will show you one abandoned by his friends and scorned by strangers he irritated and riled. Continue reading

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AN AMERICAN ODYSSEY Part One


by Fred C. Wilson III
May 16, 2011
“Study hard, but party harder.”
-Snooki-
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Durian Coffee and So Much More in Davao City


by Carmelita Cochingco Ballesteros.
May 16, 2011
Have you ever tasted durian coffee? Ever won dered what it would taste? Smell? Look? The second I heard from the friendly taxi driver, Mr. Felix Viovicente, that durian coffee is one of Davao City’s exotic delights Continue reading

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Higher Price of Gas Negates Cuts on Social Security Taxes


by Don Azarias
May 16, 2011
According to the Associated Press (AP), Americans are earning and spending more, but whatever extra money they are netting is being used to fill their gas tanks. Gas prices have drained more than half the extra cash Americans are getting this year from a cut in Social Security taxes. Continue reading

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Principles of Philippine Poverty 101 (Chapter 2 – Why?)


by Arnold De Villa
May 16, 2011
During the Spanish-American war, a historical hearsay claims that a large portion of transitional finances were unaccounted for and rumored to have landed in the hands of a few Spanish citizens who remained in the country. Continue reading

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The kleptocrats never left


May 16, 2011
The recently released 2010 Global Integrity Report rated the Philippines “very weak” (57) in terms of governance and corruption. The overall rating was also “very weak,” a downgrade from the 2008 overall rating of “moderate” (71). Continue reading

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On the killing of Osama bin Laden, Who Deserves the Credit?


by Yoly Tumangan Tubalinal.
May 16, 2011
When President Barrack Obama invited his predecessor, George W. Bush to join him on Ground Zero in honoring the memory of the victims of September 11 shortly after the killing of Osama bin Laden Continue reading

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Defining Moment for Obama and PNoy


by Rodel Rodis
May 16, 2011
A president’s “defining moment” is generally considered the event which either makes or breaks him and which determines the course of his future. For Pres. Barack Obama. Continue reading

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Killing bin Laden


May 16, 2011
On Sunday evening, May 1st, President Obama announced to the world that America’s most wanted man, Osama bin Laden was dead. It was the kind of news that most Americans and democratic nations all over the world welcome with much jubilation Continue reading

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