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Time To Change

April 19, 2013
By pinoy politics
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Time To Change When I started the group Stop Corruption Philippines in Facebook, just like you, I was sick and tired of corruption going on in the country. I invited some friends from all walks of life in the group. They are my colleagues in the media, local and national politicians, police officers, doctors, nurses, fashion designers, businessmen, youth, students, immigrants, OFWs, retired professionals, foreigner friends who love our country and decided to live here for good and many more. For sure, they share the same frustration about corruption and the intense desire to combat our country’s social malady that has been metastasizing for so many years now not only in the government but also in other sectors. Now, let me focus on an...
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Panaghoy……(OFW)

September 10, 2013
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Akala ko noon diploma’y sapat na Upang kinabukasan ko’y maging sagana, Ngunit ito pala’y sayang lang at balewala Kung sa aking bansa trabaho ay wala. Kaya’t ako’y napilitang mangibang-bayan Upang humanap ng magandang kapalaran Baon ay lakas ng loob at mayamang karanasan At panalangin at patnubay ng Maykapal.   Maraming nang taon  akong nawalay Sa aking pamilya at sa aking bayan. Tiniis kong lahat; lungkot at lumbay Upang umasenso ang aming buhay. Dito sa...
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Pambansang Aklatan: Hindi Marunong Mag-ingat sa mga Kasulatang Pambayan

November 28, 2012
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Ang Pambansang Aklatan ng Pilipinas, na nása Liwasang Rizal, Daang T. M. Kalaw, Ermita, Maynila, ay hindi lamang isang aklatan kundi isa rin itong imbakan ng mga kasulatan o dokumento na lubhang mahahalaga dahil may kinalaman sa kasaysayan ng ating bansa. Kabílang na sa mga dokumentong iyon ang mga sumusunod: 1. Ang mga manuskrito ng Noli Me Tangere at El Filibusterismo na sinulat-kamay mismo ni Jose Rizal. 2. Daan-daang liham sa pagitan ni Rizal at ng kanyang mga...
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Iskwater

October 23, 2012
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Iskwater

Relokasyon hindi demolisyon. Bukambibig ng mga maralitang hikahos na nananahan sa gilid ng maliliit ngunit multi-milyong pisong halaga ng kalsada mayroon din sa ilalim ng tulay na nakikinig sa saliw ng musikang nanggagaling sa busina ng magagarang oto at dumadagundong na mga trak. Halos tinakwil na sila ng lipunan at pinagkaitan ng biyaya ng kalangitan, may mga tumatawag pa ngang sila ay salot. Hindi ba’t sa hanay umano nila nanggagaling ang kumukupit ng iyong...
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Extra Service

October 6, 2012
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For the playful minds, just by reading the title I can already see the big smile on your face especially the men. You know what I’m talking about, don’t you? But for those who want to be naive—Ahem, Let me give you an extra service right now. Maybe you’ve already seen or heard of it, saunas or massage parlors in the Metro being raided by the police and the news team. I remember seeing...
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Tulay

September 20, 2012
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“People are lonely… because they built walls instead of bridges.“ Napakagandang quote, at alam kong lahat ay makare-relate lalo na yung mga taong napakahilig sa mga ito, especially sa Facebook world. Pero kagabi lamang ay biglang nabago ang pananaw ko ayon sa quote na ito nang mapanood ko sa TV Patrol ang kagila-gilalas at kamangha-manghang mga tanawin. At bigla… may bagong quote ang naisip at naisulat ko. “Filipinos will be additionally lonely… because instead...
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RH BILL: Pro or Anti

September 8, 2012
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WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN. After WWII in 1945, the world experienced an unprecedented increase or spike in world’s population brought about by the peace accord between countries for a lasting world peace. What occurred next was the so-called “Baby Boom” from 1946-1964. In Europe and in America, the rebuilding of ravaged cities made a lot of people rich, financially stable and happy which added more baby boomers. In the 1970′s, when women...
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NSTP? Magwawalis Ka Lang Diyan Eh!

August 24, 2012
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NSTP CWTS (upv.edu.ph)

Exciting maging college student, ang daming bagong subject. Isa na diyan ay yung NSTP. Hindi ko alam kung bakit pero halos lahat ng kapwa ko estudyante kapag narinig ang NSTP “pagwawalis” agad pumapasok sa isip nila. Bago ko pa pasukin ang subject na ‘to, I think of it more than that pero wala din talaga akong ideya kung ano meron dito. Ang alam ko lang sa kanya Community service. Nandito na rin lang i-eexplain ko...
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Homosexuality is Not a Disease

September 3, 2013
By gladisthegreat
(Phote Credit: telegraph.co.uk)

The thing about Homosexuality First of all, I want to clarify to all of you that I am not a homosexual or a transgender or whatever, I just want to express my opinion to this century-old dilemma. “Ako’y isang sirena, kahit anong sabihin nila ako’y ubod ng ganda”. A...
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Separating Religion From Governance Can Lead to Progress!

September 3, 2013
By Miko Wu
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Junior Layug Cagadas published an article at DefinitelyFilipino Blog entitled “Why We Filipinos Live in a Sick Society”. In his short commentary, he outlines several reasons why the Philippines is such in a bad state. Among those reasons are corruption, poverty, crime, and violence. He did not mention, however,...
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The Filipino Spirit is Waterproof Mo Mukha Mo

August 23, 2013
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Waterproof  (Photo Credit:  battlefieldadventures)

Kaalinsabay ng pagdating ng buwan ng Hunyo ay ang padating rin ng panahon ng kaliwa’t kanang bagyo, at di lingid sa kaalaman ng lahat na kapag may bagyo ay sabay sabay ring tumitigil ang buhay ng bawat Pilipino. Ironic nga eh. Sa unang patak ng ulan ay ang pagtila...
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