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Abrigo: Reintroduce Tokhang
FIRST, there was a secret organized group known as the Davao Death Squad (DDS); then in later years came the legitimate police operation Toktok Hangyo (TokHang).Both the lawful and unlawful missions successfully neutralized the criminals and saved Davao city from ...
From 222 days ago
Abrigo: The beatitudes of 2019
AFTER college, I was employed in one of the most esteemed commercial banks as a Loans Credit and Sundries clerk.There was no infraction of company policy, nonetheless swept by the wand to the losing side of politics, that I felt ...
From 226 days ago
Abrigo: The hoax in the image of Jesus
MATHEW, the first gospel book of the New Testament tells us that the Magi from the east came with their gifts to worship the child Jesus. From then on, gift-giving becomes a part of the Christian tradition as they commemorate ...
From 228 days ago
Abrigo: New this Christmas
SINGING Christmas carols, setting up Christmas trees, hanging lanterns, preparing palatable foods, giving gifts and cards are traditional practices on yuletide.The most apparent difference this Christmas in Davao City is the disappearance of nearly 48,000 lumads who come down to ...
From 233 days ago
Abrigo: Consolidated partial decision, guilty!
THE world was watching Philippines as the consolidated partial decision of Judge Jocelyn A. Solis-Reyes of Quezon City RTC Branch 221 was promulgated Thursday, December 19, 2019 at Camp Bagong Diwa in Taguig City.Partial in a sense that out of ...
From 236 days ago
Abrigo: Driving on a blind curve
HOW old are you when the Mexican soap opera star Thalia stupefied the Filipinos with her four Telenovelas? Upon the invitation of then President Fidel Ramos, Thalia touched down Philippines at dawn of August 16, 1996. With her skin-tight black ...
From 239 days ago
Abrigo: The scars of 2017 martial law
PRONOUNCEMENTS to conclude the two and a half year martial law in Mindanao is a good tidings in this season for many, though it leaves an indelible scar of disadvantage for the internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the war-torn Marawi ...
From 243 days ago
Abrigo: When teacher cheats, learner fails
TROUBLED with the outcome of PISA evaluation in 2018, the Department of Education launched KITE to shoot up the students’ performance within the bounds of an aspiring mission “No Filipino Child Left Behind.”Former senator Manny Villar was farsighted for Filipino ...
From 247 days ago
Abrigo: SEA Games cauldron: Symbol of strong economy?
WHETHER or not the construction of the P55-million 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games cauldron is anomalous or not, “it personifies the new character of the Philippines as a strong economy”, according to Albay Second District Representative Joey Salceda.Much to my ...
From 257 days ago
Abrigo: Kangaroo court for moralist teachers
TODAY’S teachers are vulnerable to the harsh verdict of kangaroo courts in a wrong application of law speaking of classroom discipline.In a not so popular noontime TV show of my idol Raffy Tulfo, a woman came to air her complaint ...
From 261 days ago