Editorial

PRESIDENTIAL alter ego Paquito Ochoa let the cat out of the bag when he said that “things cannot be changed overnight,” alluding to the declining popularity ratings (down to a measly 13 points) of President Benigno Aquino III.

EXECUTIONS of overseas Filipino workers convicted of drug trafficking in foreign countries will go on unabated unless the government goes after the drug syndicates which prey on hapless OFWs who are lured to act as couriers for a fee.

AFTER March Madness, it’s April showers of accolade for Bronx native who played high school basketball in Harlem, Kemba Walker, who led the University of Connecticut Huskies to its third national championship on April 4.

NO purpose is served in knitting eyebrows how Sen. Panfilo M. Lacson succeeded to return home after giving Interpol the slip for 13 months abroad (or just around the block).

WE have scant reason to disbelieve a recent Pulse Asia survey dubbing the Armed Forces of the Philippines as the most corrupt agency in the government.

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