I GUESS it’s the reason why I cannot be a politician at this point in our country’s political history. I cannot win because I cannot think and behave like one.
THE anguish and (let's admit it), the contempt that many Hong Kong Chinese residents feel against Filipinos in general, and our government in particular, bites deeply into our psyche.
DEATH and Resurrection.
THE long-running row between the landowners of Hacienda Luisita in Tarlac and its laborers over the implementation of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program could have been avoided if the stakehold
SEVERAL columns ago, I wistfully wrote about former President Ramon Magsaysay, recalling the days when the President of the Philippines dared to walk unescorted into the Bacolod Public Plaza with his
IF YOU ever had a chance to sit down with her you will wonder what was it in Cory Aquino that had the whole world enthralled. She was one gracious but simple lady; certainly not your idea of an in
AS THE country waits for the first State of the Nation Address of President Noynoy Aquino one thing appears certain: there's going to be a lot of bad news, of hard times ahead.
ONE bit of news last week was the twin resolutions reportedly filed by Congressmen Anthony Golez and Manny Pacquiao recommending the postponement of the October 2010 barangay elections.
PRESIDENT-ELECT Noynoy Aquino's resounding victory at the polls, leading closest rival Joseph Estrada by more than 5 million votes, showed the priority with which Filipino voters gave his campaign pro
I WISH all Filipinos get a chance to read Gawad Kalinga's Tony Meloto's article entitled "The Challenge of a Hundred Days: Believing that Filipinos can End Poverty and Corruption in the Philippines."