Editorial

Time to fight back WE join the nation in condemning the killing of already three priests in the countryside. The thought that men of God would be now be made targets of violent elimination by motorcycle-riding hitmen in the country is utterly abominable. It’s apparent that nobody is already held sacred by deranged men and […]

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Punchline

PDU30 attacks clergy, not the church By Ermin Garcia Jr.   AS I read the full statement issued by the clergy in the Lingayen-Dagupan Archdiocese for the “Day of Reparation,“ my initial impression was it was an appropriate and timely call for prayers for Fr. Richmond Nilo and two other slain priests, and yes for […]

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Playing with Fire

What price independence? By Gonzalo Duque   IT was inspiring to see Dagupeños and visiting netizens come in droves to take part at the city’s Independence Day celebration at the Stadia. Mayor Belen Fernandez’ well applauded speech was very timely and relevant because it inspired Dagupeños to love their city especially in relation to the […]

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G SPOT

Independence Day By Virginia Jasmin Pasalo   I HAD lunch with an old friend at Chocolate Kiss on Independence Day. We talked about our relationships and how we, considering our advocacy on women empowerment and environmental coexistence, experienced independence, codependence and interdependence.  “Alam mo, nakakapagod din. Buong buhay ko, nag-aalaga akong tao.” (You know, it […]

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Sports Eye

My enjoyable trip in Spain By Jesus A. Garcia Jr.   LLORET de MAR, GIRONA, SPAIN – I’M making this piece early (June 12) because I’m flying back home tomorrow via Hong Kong. My 14-day stay in this alluring and shining place was so enjoyable, compliments of Alex Moulic Lopez and family, formerly from Brgy. […]

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