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Sen. Chiz’s take on Espina’s appointment says it all

First of all, congratulations to deputy director for operations Deputy Director General Leonardo Espina for having been designated as officer-in-charge (OIC) of the 150,000-strong Philippine National Police (PNP). He takes the helm while beleaguered PNP chief Director General Alan Purisima…

‘Quite’ creepy hotels

Boutique Hotel ZaZa Boutique Hotel ZaZa is one of Houston’s finest inns, but it holds a terrifying secret. One traveler showed up late one night asking if a room was available and was by accident put in Room 332. While…

UFO shuts down witness’ car in rural Alabama

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AN Alabama witness recalls a UFO encounter near Scottsboro when “an intense white light” engulfed the vehicle he was driving and shut off the car, street lights and watches, according to December 10, 2014 testimony in Case 61905 from the…

The Easter Island heads have bodies!

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DID you know that the giant stone heads on Easter Island have bodies? It’s not known exactly why the bodies were buried -- Were they buried on purpose? Or were they buried as a result of time and erosion? It…

Pope Francis says dogs go to heaven

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RECENTLY, when consoling a boy whose dog had died, Pope Francis publicly stated that “paradise is open to all of God’s creatures.” Despite the ambiguousness of the statement, many animal lovers and rights groups have interpreted it as a repudiation…

The PNP chief

HIS best may not be well enough. I’m referring to PNP chief General Alan Purisima who will be spending Christmas with his family while serving a six-month suspension order from the Ombudsman. As the old cliché goes, ‘when you’re on…

No soothing words here

Okay, so there are no established links between local terror groups and the fearsome jihadist Islamic State which is trying to carve out a more virulent Islamic regime throughout the Middle East. But home-grown armed groups which broke away from…

Mas napapanahong isyu

LUMAYO muna tayo sa usapin ng pulitika at ekonomiya ngayong araw na ito. Gayon din, lumayo tayo sa mga usaping kaakibat ng kung paano dapat paghandaan at ipagdiwang ang Kapaskuhan lalo na ang mga usaping may negatibong kaugnayan sa okasyong…

Ombudsman: Makati most transparent city

NITONG Huwebes, kinilala ng Office of the Ombudsman ang administrasyon ni Mayor Junjun Binay sa matagumpay nitong pag-alis o pagbawas ng “red tape” sa pagtatayo ng negosyo sa Makati, na nagbigay sa investors rito ng madali at mabilis na pagrehistro…

Common hand problems

NO matter what your age or occupation, your hands are always working. Since your hands are so important, any abnormality can be a cause for concern. Many common hand problems that interfere with your daily activities can be diagnosed and…

Let’s cut prices of basic goods

THE jeepney fare rollback is a welcome development in this impoverished but manpower-exporting Southeast Asian nation of election-crazy people, but government authorities ought to slash as well the prices of basic commodities. Note that even jeepney operators and drivers welcomed…

Batemans Bay yowie sighting an Australian first

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WE uncover a little known piece of Australian history and in doing so rekindle a long- running argument between an amateur and professional scientist. Batemans Bay holds a significant place in Australian yowie history. This will be new information for…

Canada’s sasquatch experts search for truth

THE sasquatch scientific community is not a large group but two Canadian researchers stand tall in their midst. Thomas Steenburg and John Green are among the elite of researchers with a large body of work, both published and Internet-based. “I’ve…
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