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A Kabaleyan’s Thoughts

The Filipino Dream

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(An Observation on the Filipino Communities in Australia and Other Countries) By Rado Gatchalian “Individually, each Filipino is brilliant. Collectively, we struggle to be great. As a Filipino, we succeed in our endeavours. But as a nation, we fail…” “LAHAT MAGALING” If there is one values we all need to…

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A Kabaleyan’s Thoughts

By | A Kabaleyan's Thoughts, Opinion

Malinac Lay Labi Charmaine Clamor FROM SYDNEY –   “Malinac lay Labi” is a song so dear to Pangasinense. Perhaps, its melody and words encapsulate the soul of a ‘Pangasinan spirit.’ One great way to celebrate Christmas for us is to sing this iconic Pangasinan song. Join us in singing…

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A Kabaleyan’s Thoughts

By | A Kabaleyan's Thoughts, Opinion

Counterpoint By Abe P. Belena                                                          Prospects and Challenges   FIRST words on this column that takes its debut in the Capitol’s corner this week. Counterpoint, its identifying title, defines what to expect from this corner, presentation of the other side of the coin on events, situations, issues and trends;…

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A Kabaleyan’s Thoughts…

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Freedom of Expression vs. Religious Tolerance By Rado Gatchalian

   AS we exercise our vote we exercise the power to choose our leaders. This democratic faith where the rule of majority prevails is an attempt to outweigh small group of sectors and advocates. This political paradigm embraces a utilitarian dictum…

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A Kabaleyan’s Thoughts…

By | A Kabaleyan's Thoughts, Opinion

Dama… So?! (A Short Critique on Freedom of Expression and Religious Tolerance) By Rado Gatchalian I ALWAYS agree that freedom of expression, belief, and speech shall be inherent rights of a person. However, such freedom is not only a privilege but a responsibility. We breathe and take this freedom naturally…

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