Trump dumps heritage and the arts

Jobers R. Bersales 01/25/2017

The times are a-changing for the US. And, boy, will these changes cause ripples all over the world. As expected the era of an ultra-conservative president leading the world’s most powerful nation, the United States, would start…

Anti-Trump women marches draw millions

01/22/2017

More than two million people flooded US cities as women opposed to Donald Trump led a peaceful, stunning rebuke against the new US president that was echoed in sister protests around the world. As a sea of…

‘Batasan sa atong mga politiko layo ra sa USA’

Lloyd Suarez 01/22/2017

Sayo pa kaayong hukman nga mga drug protector sila si Ermita Barangay Captain Felicisimo “Imok” Rupinta bisan pa man nga pahamtangan sila’g “six months preventive suspension without pay” sa Visayas Ombudsman tungod sa wa pag-ayuda sa taga…

‘America first’

01/22/2017

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump assumed power with a fiercely nationalistic vow to put “America first,” taking a stinging swipe at the legacy of his predecessor hours after reciting the oath of office. Hundreds of thousands of…

Trump’s presidency and the future

Editorial 01/19/2017

Barring any last minute earth shaking development, Americans will witness the oath taking of businessman Donald John Trump as their 45th president, the oldest and wealthiest ever elected to the White House and the most polarizing–if not…

Russia and China as allies

Ricky Poca 01/09/2017

The US public’s preoccupation with the alleged interference of Russia in their elections last year flared up with the findings of the intelligence community confirming that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered agents to spread false news reports…

Trump savaged on net for ‘unpresidented’ tweet on China

12/19/2016

WASHINGTON — US President-elect Donald Trump got plenty of attention — but not the kind he was looking for — after a tweet Saturday calling out China for its seizure of an unmanned US naval probe. “China…

China warns Trump against sabotage of their interests

12/14/2016

BEIJING — China offered its sternest rebuke yet to Donald Trump, saying anyone who challenges Beijing’s interests in Taiwan will “lift a rock only to crush his own toes.” “If he tries to sabotage the One China…

BPO sector gets boost

Victor Anthony V. Silva 12/04/2016

Despite Trump threat, US firm expands recruitment hub in Cebu An American business process outsourcing (BPO) company is showing its confidence in the continued growth of the industry in the country by expanding its recruitment hub at…

Digong, Donald pop dances

Gerard Pareja 12/04/2016

Diha niadtoy usa ka movie poster nga kon wa ko masayop, usa kadto ka sequel sa Resident Evil series, diin ang slogan nagkanayon- “think global, kill local.” Misulod pagbalik sa akong bagulbagol kining maong slogan dihang nabasahan…

The New York Times ‘apology’

Stephen D. Capillas 11/24/2016

I mentioned last Friday about US President-elect Donald Trump’s claim about the New York Times apologizing to him through “A Letter to the Readers” that the publication issued last Nov. 13. After reading about it on a…

Bright sunny day

Raymund Fernandez 11/22/2016

Quite by surprise I woke up to a bright sunny day, quite unexpected after days of rain showers. The times being what they are, I could not help but read this for a sign of better days…

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