ROLLY G. REYES

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All constitutional bodies should observe the tenets of a principled democracy. But what is “principled democracy?” • All members are equal – they have equal rights and responsibilities. • The organization is run with impartiality and fairness. The rules are applied equally and fairly to all and not just a…

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CHR’s P1,000 yearly budget is equivalent to a day’s green fee in a golf course, a carrier’s monthly postpaid bill, the cost of a lunch buffet, a two-day gas consumption of a gas guzzler SUV, the daily salary of a call center supervisor, the total cost of a haircut, mani-pedi-footspa…

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A wide variance of opinion is mostly influenced by culture, education, polygenic traits, environs, creed, tradition and experience. That is why the truth hurts when it runs primarily against these conditions. This explains the differences in views as expressed in social media. A group may see the drug problem as…

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IN photojournalism: Always bear in mind to tell the story in a single shot. It is about nouns, verbs and adjectives. Above all, you have to communicate these to your viewers honestly and sincerely. The story should be factual and the emotions drawn should be left to the public. Photojournalism…

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AS a former prosecutor, President Duterte said Ombudsman Morales is “slow to act on complaints against the ‘friendly’ but quick to decide against perceived ‘hostiles’.” “It seems that the Office of the Ombudsman has mastered the art of selective justice.” Selective and “dictated” justice, if I may add. *** Duterte…

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Soldiers are fighting in Marawi. Lacson and Faeldon doing the same. * * * LTFRB asks Uber to pay P190M fine. Our question is: will it be “Uber” or “Under” the table? If there will be a discount, “Uber” should “Grab” it or “U-Hop” to another country. * * *…

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IT’s a gloomier world we live in. Deaths are taken for granted as if we don’t care anymore. Some will even justify the killings to fortify the reasons akin to a greater cause. I’m both sad and scared as we just exchange condemnations, prayers and contempt when we see violence…

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Nobody wants to be in the Comelec chairman’s shoes today. The proverb “when it rains, it pours” comes to my mind. After gathering the headlines for the past week, let me enumerate the challenges he is now facing: Sen. Nancy Binay sought the immediate convening of the Joint Congressional Oversight…

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MY last article featured the pros and cons of the PCOO’s accreditation of bloggers and several notable opinions of the two modes of communication. Further research enriched my understanding of the merits of both. I succumbed rightly to the idea that these are changing times and we have to adjust…

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