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Trump tells Kim Jong-Un: Behave


WASHINGTON, United States — US President Donald Trump took a moment at the White House Easter egg roll Monday to deliver a terse message to North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un: “Got to behave.” Trump made the off-the-cuff comment to a CNN reporter after kicking off the 139th annual Easter egg roll with First Lady Melania […]

Posted: April 18th, 2017 in World | Read More »

Fake News Boogie


Sa matag higayon nga ihatag kaniya, kanunay nga pikhan ni Donald Trump, nga mao karoy pangulo sa US, ang mga media didto nga kanunay usab nga manaway kaniya. Relentless, kon sa Ininglis pa kining iyang krusada. Fake news media ang tawag niya kanila. Ang problema ni Trump mao nga maglisud siyag pasabot sa iyang gihunahuna […]

Posted: February 26th, 2017 in Opinion | Read More »

Erco, DBTC FCs bag Thirsty titles


Finals in top divisions to be held today as 14th Thirsty Football Cup tourney closes The ERCO BRO FC lived up to its billing as one of Cebu’s elite football teams after the squad claimed the inaugural mixed-open division title Saturday in the 14th Thirsty Cup at the Cebu City Sports Center (CCSC) field. ERCO […]

Posted: February 25th, 2017 in Sports | Read More »

Guiseppe FC wins U-15 in Thirsty


Giuseppe FC dominated the girls under-15 division Friday evening in an action-packed opening of the 14th Thirsty Football Cup at the Cebu City Sports Center (CCSC). The team fnished its campaign in the festival-type tourney with 10 points from three wins and a draw while the visiting Santa Barbara Futbolilits of Iloilo City finished second […]

Posted: February 24th, 2017 in Sports | Read More »

Clinton nearing victory


Lately my attention is glued on the CNN coverage of the US presidential elections and other international news courtesy of cable TV and the Internet. Only three weeks left in the US presidential campaign period, and last week was the third and final debate of Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. […]

Posted: October 24th, 2016 in Opinion | Read More »

Dylan, Tuesday morning


I am wondering if I should make myself another cup of coffee. There will be consequence. There always is. But I am also wondering what to write about. Given the trajectories of the current world, there is no lack for things to write about. Yes, CNN is playing as I am writing this: stories of […]

Posted: October 18th, 2016 in Opinion | Read More »

A spy in the house of love


And so it seems that the social networks have significant effect on the outcome of elections. This was the main premise of a conversation I had with friends who were, of course, more knowledgeable than I on this issue. And the conversation went on to memes, how they are defined, terminologies related to Facebook and […]

Posted: May 17th, 2016 in Opinion | Read More »

US debates and voter’s receipt


Last Friday morning, I sat with my eyes glued to the TV set watching the Republican debates at the University of Miami that was covered by CNN. I was amazed this time with the presidential debate among the four candidates of the Republican Party because, unlike the last debate,  the candidates were more presidential in […]

Posted: March 12th, 2016 in Opinion | Read More »

Homage to Eco


Kinutil He heard how Umberto Eco had passed away last week. He heard this from his wife, who read this from CNN through her cellphone. Though he waited, he missed it in the cable feed, if it ever came out there at all. And so he thought: What with the presidential primaries and the war […]

Posted: February 27th, 2016 in Opinion | Read More »

Debates as eye-openers


These past few days I’ve been watching the CNN coverage of the US presidential elections especially the debates among the Republican and Democratic parties. The debates are enlightening in that the questions zeroed in on issues affecting the country. At the Republican front it seems everybody is quite surprised by the performance of American billionaire […]

Posted: February 8th, 2016 in Opinion | Read More »