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Million of Filipinos suffer an endemic collective amnesia (Part I)

Million of Filipinos suffer an endemic collective amnesia (Part I)

Rod Cantiveros March 11, 2019 0

Accept it or not, there are millions of our kababayans who are suffering from a collective amnesia, in an endemic proportion! And from many point of views, no vaccine has been found out to

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Philippine Political Circus: Please send in the clowns!

Philippine Political Circus: Please send in the clowns!

Rod Cantiveros February 27, 2019 0

(Manila) The Philippine Political Circus will be in town on May 13th and the various ring masters have started dressing up their clowns who will be teasing the audiences with their raw and visceral

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Two versions of the “Battle of Manila Bay”

Two versions of the “Battle of Manila Bay”

Rod Cantiveros February 12, 2019 0

May 1, 1898: Manila Bay was raging with fire, mortars, guns and humans. Two opposing groups made the Manila Bay as the staging area to find out their strength and dominance. On the American

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One nation under God

One nation under God

Rod Cantiveros January 21, 2019 0

I was caught unguarded when I came across this piece of a reminder from the facebook page, and decided to share with our readers. Minister Joe Wright had summed up many valid truths about

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What is in store for me or for you this 2019?

What is in store for me or for you this 2019?

Rod Cantiveros January 7, 2019 0

Have you read your latest horoscope? And at the same time, making a resolution that those good predictions would happen within this year! I got confused on my horoscope after reading some important information

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Mrs. Carolina Custodio: a spark plug of garment recruitments

Mrs. Carolina Custodio: a spark plug of garment recruitments

Rod Cantiveros September 25, 2018 0

If there is one Filipino who was employed at the Department of Citizenship and Immigration who initiated the recruitment of Filipino garment workers in the Philippines in the middle 60’s, the name of Mrs.

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US billionaire philanthropist Soros claims Facebook and Google harm individuals, market innovation and democracy?

US billionaire philanthropist Soros claims Facebook and Google harm individuals, market innovation and democracy?

Rod Cantiveros February 6, 2018 0

Are the days of these IT giants numbered. The looming threats against the US IT giants like Facebook and Google have been lurking on the horizon.One of the latest move was felt during the

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Want to live longer? Or want to be a centenarian?

Want to live longer? Or want to be a centenarian?

Rod Cantiveros January 23, 2018 0

Want to live longer? Or want to be a centenarian? Resolutions are properly thought of and composed for a strict adherence. But sometimes, resolutions are broken as days go by. Would you like to

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Are all  refugee claimants treated equally?

Are all refugee claimants treated equally?

Rod Cantiveros March 21, 2017 0

There are fears that some outstanding cases might be left behind because of the influx of new claimants. The Friendly Manitoba has spread red carpet and extended open arms to the more than 200

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The power of a mother love…

The power of a mother love…

Rod Cantiveros February 21, 2017 0

Looking at a deficit of 3-28 in the third quarter, Tom Brady, a quarterback of the NFL New England Patriot, was strongly focused on winning the super bowl come what may. His mind, his

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