THE favorite dish of the political opposition, leftists and the pan-handling human rights watch organizations had always been extra-judicial killing (EJK).
THEY had it coming. Five Presidents offered the communist rebels and its armed militia peace but the settlements have not arrived into a fruition.
HOW can one ever forget the horrible scene of death and destruction in Tacloban when Super Typhoon Yolanda slammed that coastal city?
THE fate of Jose Ma. Sison, better known as Joma, is virtually in the hands of his pet peeve - Pres. Rodrigo R. Duterte.
THE crowd and the numbers tell it all.
IT TAKES some time to realize that the Asean Summit and related summits and the celebration of its 50th Anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are finally over.
THE treachery and ambuscade of the New People's Army (NPA) on a police patrol and a civilian car seemed to have been stonewalled and consigned to oblivion.
IN THE run-up to the election campaign period, there were intimate friends who, without the permission of President Rodrigo Duterte, pooled a few million pesos as a starter.
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