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    [OPINION] Espenido: A dead man walking?

    WE won’t be surprised if controversial Police Lt. Col. Jovie Espenido will soon be the next target of the extra-judicial killing (EJK), a bloody method of executing criminals and which has tainted the image of the Philippines. Opinion

    [EDITORIAL] Courage and interests

    No other head of state in recent memory has shown so much resolve and political will in saying no to the United States of America but the Philippines’ charismatic President and fake news propelled Rodrigo Duterte. He even outclassed Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s fluffy leader. Opinion

    [OPINION[ ABS-CBN and global assault vs critical press

    Apparently there is a downward spiral of freedom and the media not only in the Philippines but also around the world. Opinion

    [EDITORIAL] Gray and dangerous

    No other administration has been so vindictive and more than willing to sacrifice the established tenets of democracy and free trade than the current Duterte-led administration. Opinion

    [OPINION] Postponement is better than sorry

    ANYTHING that concerns our health is a priority and should be taken seriously, thus the decision to postpone the Paraw Regatta Festival 2020 scheduled this month because of the coronavirus scare should be viewed as a good move on the part of Iloilo City Mayor Geronimo “Jerry” Treñas and the Iloilo Festivals Foundation Inc (IFFI). Opinion

    [OPINION] Finding x

    Like it or not, math is life. You can’t escape it. It is the very foundation of almost everything. From understanding the stars above our heads, the soil under our feet, the landscape, and skyscraper we see every day, math is the key. This is the reason why we are taught to master it from a very young age to develop our critical thinking and problem-solving ability. Opinion

    [OPINION] Growing Xenophobia

    Traveling is one of the little pleasures in life that I really love. Whether it is domestic or international travel, I always enjoy the adrenalin rush of having a great adventure. Opinion

    [EDITORIAL] nCoV is not the end

    The scare that 2019-nCov created among Filipinos is nothing new. It happened in the year 2003 during the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak and in 2019 as the world experienced the Middle East Respiratory Corona Virus (MERS CoV). All were deadly infections out of the coronavirus that resulted to several deaths worldwide and scare among Filipinos but nothing can compare to how the novel strain has impacted on the lives of Filipinos. Opinion

    [OPINION] Of Duterte, Duque, Quiboloy and nCoV

    The Philippines is in the world news again having had the distinction of being the first country outside China to record a fatality out of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) that has affected several thousands in China and a few people from other countries. More than three hundred are dead in Wuhan City, China. Opinion

    [EDITORIAL] Ironically, everybody cried for Kobe

    After the news broke about the helicopter accident in Los Angeles, California that killed nine people including basketball superstar Kobe Bryant and his daughter, the world suddenly cried. Opinion