Category: Commentary

Que sera sera

Tweet REACTIONS to presidential candidate Fernando Poe Jr’s appearance on Max Soliven’s show have focused more on what the candidate didn’t say, than on what he did. This is the easy way of looking at things. After all, Poe did not say much, and the little that was said was repeated over and over again. …

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Taking stock

Tweet TO have been born on the day Ferdinand Marcos fled, is to be 18 years old today. Old enough to vote, old enough to have received military training. To be 18 is to be young enough to know the Edsa Revolution only as a story. A magical story of a time when Filipinos were …

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Diego Silang & MLQ Win Opening Salvo

Tweet Arab News Diego Silang & MLQ Win Opening Salvo by Manuel L. Quezon III Jeddah, 27 June 2003 — With flashes of brilliance and courage, Diego Silang and Manuel L. Quezon subdued their opponents overwhelmingly to capture the lead in their respective groups in the Pinoy Cup 2003 Team Tennis Challenge which kicked off …

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Diego Silang & MLQ Win Opening Salvo

Tweet Arab News Diego Silang & MLQ Win Opening Salvo by Manuel L. Quezon III   JEDDAH, 27 June 2003 — With flashes of brilliance and courage, Diego Silang and Manuel L. Quezon subdued their opponents overwhelmingly to capture the lead in their respective groups in the Pinoy Cup 2003 Team Tennis Challenge which kicked …

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The beers of our lives

Tweet The beers of our lives by Manuel L. Quezon III October 9, 1996 San Miguel Brewery Manila: Exclusive privilege of its system of brewing until the year ninteen hundred and ten. The products of this factory are so well known that there are none beter liked in the market for quality and cheap prices. …

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Adolf Rizal (and his Half Brother, Rizal Zedong)

Tweet Adolf Rizal (and his Half Brother, Rizal Zedong) Manuel L. Quezon III, Today Newspaper Saturday, September 17, 1994 Here is the craziest thing I’ve heard (and I’ve heard it more than once, at parties): Adolf Hitler was really the illegitimate son of Jose Rizal. Here is the second craziest thing I’ve heard: Mao Zedong was …

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