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Read fearless opinions and editorials about the current and hottest issues in the Philippines from our fellow Filipino citizens or netizens.

"We're all for honest government and yet the world condemns us as one of the most corrupt countries in the world. That's why it's hard to win in international elections or campaigns because the Philippines has the reputation of...
Imagine a room --- a quite, dark and dirty area of your home where cockroaches, mosquitoes, rats and other pests are hiding and silently destroying your entire house. Then imagine there’s a person who, after several decades, will try to...
Few more days left and Pia Wurtzbach will now crown the next Miss Universe 2016.  Miss Universe will once again take place in the Philippines where it is set to kick-off after 22 years, since 1994 when it concluded...
In the recently concluded Catbalogan City Athletics Association (CCAA) Meet 2017, a lot of people were concerned about the athletes during the games. Games such as soccer, 100 m dash, basketball, volleyball, long jump, and others were held at...
What if President Rodrigo Duterte did not go into war against illegal drugs in the Philippines? What if he did not actually try to fulfill his promise during elections - that he would suppress illegal drugs, criminality and corruption...
Lady Senator Leila de Lima has been a major public and political figure in the Philippines for years but her stand against the new administration brought her to a brighter, and a rather more challenging spotlight. Online and offline, her...
The controversy surrounding sex education and giving out condoms to high school students continues after Department of Health (DOH) announced their plan to distribute condoms in schools as part of its “business unusual” strategy amid the sharp rise in...
The death of a 17 year old may just be the drawback that will make President Duterte’s unlawful actions against his war on drugs be taken now in serious considerations, which the majority of the public had overlooked in...
On Saturday, September 3, just hours after the tragic explosion in his home city, Davao,  President Rodrigo Duterte declared a "state of lawlessness" in the whole Philippines, citing a strong need to protect and ensure the safety of the...
Can a blogger be considered a journalist? Everyone has a blog nowadays. But just because a person writes his/her thought about a particular topic on a public site, doesn't mean s/he can already be called as journalist. Blogging is far...

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