Editorials

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I have two important subjects to write about this week and next week, namely, the Nov. 5-11, 2010 issue of the Filipino Reporter captioned: “UN unit rips R.P. gov’t as violator of rape code” and the Pope’s new book entitled: “Light of the World: The Pope, the Church and the Sign of the Times” regarding the use of condoms by prostitutes as a first step toward moralization.

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ALTHOUGH the jury is still out when it comes to a lot of foods...as to which foods are good for you and which ones are not...most experts agree on some foods you should definitely eat more of, says the October 2010 issue of the UCLA Division of Geriatrics’ Healthy/Years.

Nov. 19, 2010

 

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By MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG

ONE of the biggest complaints citizens have about government is inefficiency. And too often, they’re right.

Governments — much more so than private sector businesses — tend to get stuck in old ways of doing things.

Nov. 19, 2010

 

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By MEG SIBAL, M.D.

ALTHOUGH, by watching commercials for retirement planners...an idyllic scene of a man, fresh from retirement, boarding a sailboat and heading out over the waves, his smiling wife by his side, as the sun descends below the horizon...one might think the sole secret to retirement bliss is a beautiful bank account, is quite misleading.

Nov. 19, 2010


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By ANTONIO C. CAMPO

MY answer to the following editor’s note in my column of Nov. 12-18, 2010 is set forth below:

Editor’s note: Why is it that a Filipino citizen, Mark Jimenez, was extradited to the U.S., tried and convicted in Florida for contributing to the presidential campaign of Bill Clinton? Jimenez served jail time in Florida.

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