Shares compelling reasons why youth engagement in political and socio-civic affairs is fashionable and trendy. Seeks to present and spark new thought provokiing ideas on the  importance of ideology in today's modern world.

Shares compelling reasons why youth engagement in political and socio-civic affairs is fashionable and trendy. Seeks to present and spark new thought provokiing ideas on the importance of ideology in today's modern world.

It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that this problem has become perennial and to some, a permanent problem that will take years and decades to be solved. I also wouldn’t be surprised that some went on to say that Dan Brown’s impression of Manila as the “gates of hell” was true because of the hellacious experience they had on the streets with the exhausting traffic and the heavy flooding in many major roads.

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It is alarming and indeed worrisome for students who are about to graduate and for the many who are left wondering if there are really jobs out there for the taking.

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It wasn’t Nancy Binay’s fault that she won. Her candidacy and her nomination as a party candidate of UNA went through a selection process, rigged as it may be claimed by some or not.

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I write this article with some bias because I’m a member of a political party. But other than the bias, there’s something I want to share with you- an experience that is worth more than what candidates are willing to pay voters and more than the mileage an endorsement from any group can offer--- the opportunity to be with genuine change makers, in the form of some local candidates who may not have the financial means to compete against the bigger political machineries of the country but have the competence, the character and the commitment to serve the country genuinely.

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The fact and that matter is that films that sell normally have repeats, part threes, part fours and even prequels. Why? Not that they just love the artists who portray the roles, but it is because of the failure of some to get over stories that made them believe in “kilig” and so-called “true love.”

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Every week, I have been given the chance to write about the country, the society and the institutions that comprise our existence as Filipinos and as citizens of this world. It is bravery for such a man who has no formal training in writing to be given this privilege to speak in behalf of the youth, a sector so often mentioned as the hope of the motherland but so often burdened by unreasonable expectations.

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The delegation was mostly from Europe, with sparse representation from countries in Latin America, North America, Oceania and Africa. I had the chance to come across many of the European contingent, most of who was also part of the Young European People’s Party. Perhaps, given the different feature I had, they took the initiative to introduce themselves to me and ask where I come from.

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It is at this point that I realize why children don’t grow up the way their families expect them to be. It is also at this point that I realize that not all old people are real grown-ups. It is at this point that I realize that some young people are also victims of the failures they were made to commit.

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If there are ordinary people who will not allow to be bought for one day and who will ask and demand from politicians services worth the amount some politicians take out of public funds they are elected in office, then patronage politics would be totally eradicated.

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