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Oct 18th
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A Cup O' Kapeng Barako

A Cup O' Kapeng Barako - by Jesse Jose: Jesse is a retired US Navy chief journalist and a former deputy sheriff in Florida. He has written for several military and civilian publications, including the "Pacific Star and Stripes", "Navy Times", "All Hands", and other AP/UPI-oriented civilian newspapers all over the country.While in the Navy, he won three Chief of Information (CHINFO) Merit Awards for writing and the Thomas Jefferson Award for a photo feature and investigative reporting. He lives in Seattle, Washington and writes his weekly column, "A Cup o' Kapeng Barako" from there.

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38 It's Obama, One More Time of Four More Years Friday, 09 November 2012 2057
39 My Honest-To-Goodness Take on Barack Hussein Obama Saturday, 03 November 2012 1994
40 Desperate for Votes, President Obama Revisits the FilVets Issue Monday, 29 October 2012 1768
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