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By BUTCH DALISAY First, let’s get something out of the way: I love America and things American just as much as the next fellow, if not a little more. After all, I studied and lived there for five years, and—like many Pinoys—had, in a sense, spent most of my youth preparing to go there, learning [...]

Posted on October 13, 2002   |   CATEGORY: Blogs

By ARTHUR N. AGUILAR In the war against terror, the Philippines has a large standing army of debating lawyers. Because of that and many other reasons, we are regarded as the weakest link. We can hardly blame the US or the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) for that. We asked the Americans for help. [...]

Posted on February 19, 2002   |   CATEGORY: Blogs

By CORAZON C. AQUINO Fifteen years after bloodlessly booting out a president who turned into a dictator, the Filipino people ousted a popularly elected president who succumbed to insatiable greed. We call this people power, and see it as the activation of the sovereign clause of a democratic institution, which says that sovereignty resides in [...]

Posted on March 7, 2001   |   CATEGORY: Blogs
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