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Carvajal: Friend or foe (2)
MARTIN Jacques, British political commentator, observes that Western developed countries, the U.S. among them, are scrambling (my term) to prepare for a China-dominated global future. Ten years ago they didn’t think it was possible but American multinational group Goldman Sachs ...
From 213 days ago
Carvajal: Friend or foe
LAST I looked, disputes are settled in either of two ways, amicably (win-win as friends) or inimically (win-lose as enemies). Thus I cannot understand why some people insist that President Duterte’s amicable way amounts to a surrender of our sovereign ...
From 215 days ago
Carvajal: Breaking down barriers
FOR whatever they are worth, here are my top priorities in the radical reform of education I have always been advocating.Absolute first priority is universal education. There is no denying education opens doors even as the lack of it is ...
From 220 days ago
Carvajal: Shameful and disgraceful
ELECTION Day is around the corner and as usual the law that insures free and fair elections is being violated many times over. Candidates are already overshooting the limit for campaign expenses with super expensive TV ads, countless posters, hand-outs ...
From 222 days ago
Carvajal: Cultural chains
ON LABOR day, a friend posted on Facebook a sign that tells workers:”You are not free, your chains are just long.” Filipino workers are indeed able to move up in society but only within the limits of the cultural chains ...
From 227 days ago
IN A CNN Philippines’ recent forum TV anchors asked candidates their stand on some of the day’s burning issues. As expected, pro administration candidates staunchly defended President Duterte’s strategies while the antis assailed them to the point, as it seemed, ...
From 228 days ago
Carvajal: Were we ever
ARE We Still a Democracy” was an essay I did not bother to read because it presumed we were once a democracy. The more fundamental question is “Were we ever a democracy?”For the answer, we have to go back to ...
From 233 days ago
Carvajal: True godliness
AS MY way of wishing that we, this Easter season, rise to a new life of true godliness or, for Christians, a true following of Christ, I am sharing some lingering reflections on the Holy Week we just observed.I like ...
From 235 days ago
Carvajal: What went wrong?
CORRUPTION and criminality in the country have acquired epidemic proportions. But we are 85 percent baptized Catholics, meaning that 85 percent of corrupt officials are Catholics and 85 percent of criminals and drug lords are Catholics. What then is wrong ...
From 242 days ago
Carvajal: Politically motivated
JUST about everything in this country is politically motivated. Sovereignty, freedom of speech, love of the poor and of God, etc. are too easily exposed as sugar-coating for selfish political motives.If politicians who assail President Duterte’s friendliness with the Chinese ...
From 247 days ago