Category Archives: Politics

Facts, Opinion, Fake News, and the Long Road to Truth (Part 1)

This meme has been going the rounds of social media the last few years: It’s shared by almost everyone trying to prove to other people that their side of the argument isn’t “wrong,” it’s just a different point of view. … Continue reading

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Are You Rich Enough?

I was browsing the web when I chanced upon a link that says “Are You Rich Enough? The Terrible Tragedy of Income.” I thought to myself that that was a very profound title, describing perfectly how our society has become … Continue reading

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“Saan Napunta ang Pera ni Juan?” at Iba Pang Economic Misunderstanding ng Karamihan

Sabi sa video na ito Ang pera raw ni Juan ay napupunta either sa assets or sa liabilities. Ang mayayaman raw ay ginagastos ang pera nila sa assets (yung mga bagay na kumikita ng pera), samantalang ang mga mahihirap daw … Continue reading

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Moving Up Student’s Grade Levels Per Subject

Continuing from my earlier post on education, and emphasizing the need for further decongestion, I have realized that not only should we reduce the number of subjects in our schools, we should also stop boxing-in our students by grade levels … Continue reading

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Wanking, Writing, and Provoking Thought

A film review is supposed to do the following job: critique a film, and give possible audiences a preview of a film’s quality in order to help them decide whether to see a film or not. It’s also sometimes written … Continue reading

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