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Philippines’ President Duterte is a ‘sociopathic serial killer’ who should be forced out of office, senator says

Leila de Lima invoked a famous ‘People Power’ revolution that toppled dictator Ferdinand Marcos three decades ago, in her strongest comments yet against Duterte and his drug war… 538 more words

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Why Only 20% of Teams and Individuals Achieve Their True Potential AND HOW YOU CAN ACHIEVE YOURS
Stanford University Faculty member Shirzad Chamine lectures at on Positive Intelligence (PQ), where IQ and EQ are all part of the every day world of communication and interaction.     514 more words

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The Most Important Words for the Workplace or “A short course in human relations”

Several years ago, a  famous athlete was being inducted to his sports’ hall of fame and in his remarks, he commented on the need and value for team work. 364 more words

People Power

We Are The Government

THIS GOVERNMENT–including its various offices and the workers in those offices–OWES ITS MACHINERY mainly from our income and industry taxes, remittances, and foreign loans that we the people also pay for eventually. 541 more words

Worldview

Mind, Body, Soul Newsletter - February 2017

I was once asked why I don’t participate in anti-war demonstrations. I said that I will never do that, but as soon as you have a pro-peace rally, I’ll be there.  
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Wellbeing Corner

People Power and Why We Need It

Protest works. This is a two-word phrase I have found myself repeatedly defending over the past few days, especially since I attended a demonstration against Theresa May’s complicity with Donald Trump’s Muslim Ban in Cardiff… 966 more words

Politics

So who wields real power? I found answers to this question in the most unexpected manner.

Some time back, at a funeral in the village, the bereaved family banned speeches at the burial of their loved one. 1,195 more words

People Power