latest from Cebu Opinion
“Just like your heroine, President Corazon Aquino. (She) declared it. She was about to declare martial law but changed her mind in a few hours. She declared a revolutionary government.”
AMONG my favorite daily reads is Rappler.com. Its no-nonsense style of news gathering and objective analysis assures me of crystal-clear interpretation and acceptability of its take on the issue.
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte’s idea of a “revolutionary government” is nothing else but the one-man dictatorship that he has been repeatedly dreaming of since last year.
THE golden girls and I are at Narita a few years back when the young lady at the check-in counter asks the first few of us who check in, this seemingly impertinent question, “Ma-am, are any of you pregnant?”
MY favorite cause-oriented group is at it again.
Yup. You got it. Members of the Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide, or Piston, will take to the streets tomorrow, Oct. 16.
TUBURAN Mayor Aljun Diamante is in danger of losing his seat. He said he will fight to keep it till the end or at least until the 2019 elections.
FORMER city councilor Nida Cabrera has tendered her resignation as head of the Cebu City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CCENRO).
LIBRARIES open their doors. What would be the value of collections if the doors were closed?
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