On My Watch

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SARAH Palin is fast becoming a favorite subject in this space just as she remains a favorite in both mass and social media here in the U.S. Our purpose is to tell (needless?) our readers that Mrs. Palin is not equipped to lead this country just because she is popular, Tea lover and could kill a caribou from a distance after five shots using two different rifles.

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I was initiated to the much protested body x-ray scanning machine at the San Diego Airport during the Thanksgiving weekend. (FR headline, Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 2010). The x-ray machine was not in use at Newark Liberty International Airport when my son and I left last week for San Diego where we spent the holiday with my children.

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PERHAPS, one of the biggest blessings that Pinoys in North America and elsewhere could be thankful for on Thanksgiving is the hope instilled in the minds of many Filipinos that the assumption of President Noynoy Aquino will bring about positive and meaningful changes in Philippine society.

Nov. 19, 2010

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By MANUEL L. CABALLERO

IT’S been a week since the tremendous win of Manny Pacquiao over his Mexican opponent Antonio Margarito. Filipinos all over the globe are still talking about the Pinoy boxing champion with pride and jubilation.

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By MANUEL L. CABALLERO

WE are writing this in the middle of President Barack Obama’s 10-day trip to four Asian countries, namely, India, Indonesia, South Korea and Japan. Fresh from a big political defeat at home, President Obama’s trip is aimed at re-engaging those countries diplomatically and economically.

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