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What We Think

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  September 19, 2022

Power to the People

We cannot hope to see a golden age for the Philippine economy if we do not even have enough power to turn on a light bulb...

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  September 14, 2022

Barely Passing: The Best Grade in School

A grade of 75, and whatever that is in the letter grades, is the best grade. The minimum passing grade gets you exactly what you want — passage to the next level, while a higher grade does not do more for you....

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  September 14, 2022

The Floods of Forgetfulness

Late 2020 saw the Philippines struck by five cyclones in a period of just one month: Quinta, Rolly, Siony, Tonyo and Ulysses....

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  August 31, 2022

No to the Death Penalty... But

The strongest argument against the death penalty is that it is imposed only on the poorest of the poor, on people who pilfer so they can provide....

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  August 15, 2022

How Not to Win Votes and Influence People

The opposition pushback to “Maid in Malacañang” may have unwittingly provided a rallying point for Marcos supporters a good three years before the mid-term elections...

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  July 29, 2022

Media's Strange Nose for News

The industry is hurting, with readership flagging, so now products of legacy news outlets are so sensational, it's no longer yellow journalism, it looks like human sludge....

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