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OPINION: As simple as that

Teddy Locsin Jr. argues why the gentleman from Ifugao is the rightful house minority leader.

OPINION: Simplicity is for simpletons

YOU are what you read, says a study in the International Journal of Business Administration. Read deep, think deep; read complicated things, think complicated thoughts. The world is complicated. Read simple stuff; limit your understanding to simple things. The world is not at all simple. 

OPINION: Simplicity is for simpletons

Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about the need for deep reading and the new Philippine president and real change.

OPINION: Beijing Backup

OFFICIAL and public opinion in the West and throughout the East outside of China has surrendered.

OPINION: He lost the reef

Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about why tapping former president Fidel Ramos as special envoy to China is a good idea. 

OPINION: He lost the reef

Former President Ramos lost Mischief Reef. What might he lose this time? Nothing, says Teddy Locsin, Jr..

OPINION: First olive, first kiss, sex

CHINA has greeted with joy the designation of former President Fidel V. Ramos as Philippine Special Envoy in the bilateral talks that China always wanted—in order to keep a home court advantage instead of fighting it out in the Hague. 

OPINION: Washing veggies in the toilet

Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about organic food and why it does not always mean it's healthy.

OPINION: Chimpanzees

Posted at 07/14/2016 12:08 AM

Teddy Locsin, Jr. talks about why the Philippines is in for a much-needed haircut. 

OPINION: Why not

Teddy Locsin, Jr. talks about the Philippines' tango to the left, with Rodrigo Duterte's victory in the elections.