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Sep 25th
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The Way I See It

The columnist, Lope Lindio, is a lawyer, practicing law in Houston, Texas. He is also licensed in Illinois. He handles personal injuries, business formation and immigration cases. His e-mail address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

We are pleased and honored to announce that Atty. Lope Lindio will now be writing a column for this web site. We hope that readers may enjoy Atty. Lindio’s very-thorough analysis of issues such as the national language of the Philippines, which is the topic of his maiden column for this online publication.
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1 Porky-Pet Projects Sunday, 15 March 2009 Atty. Lope Lindio 2353
2 The “Dr. No” of Our Time Sunday, 01 March 2009 Atty. Lope Lindio 2182
3 Are the Filipino Americans Stimulated Yet? Monday, 16 February 2009 Atty. Lope Lindio 2241
4 Cha-cha for Parliamentary Government? Monday, 26 January 2009 Atty. Lope Lindio 3456
5 The Racial Divide Makes Some Voters Go Against Barack Obama Sunday, 21 September 2008 Atty. Lope Lindio 2131
6 Can Freedom Send You to Hell? Tuesday, 16 September 2008 Atty. Lope Lindio 2027
7 Sergio Osmeña, the Founding Father Tuesday, 09 September 2008 Atty. Lope Lindio 8170
8 A Bundle of Contradictions Saturday, 06 September 2008 Atty. Lope Lindio 2115
9 Rizal Would Have Become A Cebuano Wednesday, 18 June 2008 Atty. Lope Lindio 7945
10 The Pledge-of-Allegiance Issue and Other Political Garbage Littering Cyberspace Saturday, 19 April 2008 Atty. Lope Lindio 2341
 
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