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Orlando P. Carvajal
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Carvajal: Insidious legacy
Lawmakers condemned as “pure evil” the cold-blooded killing of a mother and son by a policeman in front of his own child. This happened in December 2020. Hopefully, the police officer is not getting away with murder through our vaunted ...
From 3 days ago
Carvajal: What went wrong?
We are all proud of our Edsa People Power Revolution. Yet, so far it has not brought us economic prosperity. It has not democratized the economy as demanded by the massive poverty afflicting millions of Filipinos. A political revolution ...
From 5 days ago
Carvajal: Who are your friends?
Where the government is losing to the CPP-NPA is in the battle for people’s hearts. While the CPP-NPA leaves no stone unturned in their effort to get the people’s sympathy to their cause, government can only think of brazen display ...
From 10 days ago
Carvajal: Politics of compromise
Friends and readers know I support many, but not all, of President Duterte’s strategic programs. But it is his partiality to the Marcos family that I am most averse to. Unless I think political compromise, I do not see how ...
From 12 days ago
Carvajal: Needed: cultural revolution
ONE colossal reason why we have been unable to rid our government of corrupt officials is the widely held subconscious presumption that all we need to do is replace the corrupt with incorrupt ones.But this is exactly what we have ...
From 19 days ago
Carvajal: Same die
COVID-19 started out as a medical problem. Not being a physician of any sort, I have since refrained from speaking out on health protocols to stop or slow its spread and on medical approaches to its cure. Those things are ...
From 24 days ago
Carvajal: More hopeless
ECONOMIC systems have the distinct function of optimizing a country’s material resources and distributing them equitably for the benefit of the greatest number of citizens. It is a failed system that benefits only the few at the top but excludes ...
From 26 days ago
NOT to belabor the point but to maintain focus on it, Juan’s fundamental problem is dire poverty. Because of it, he is ignorant, unhealthy and has really not much say in how to improve his life situation. He survives mostly ...
From 31 days ago
“CLERICALISM arises from an elitist and exclusivist vision of vocation that interprets the ministry received as a power to be exercised rather than as a free and generous service to be given. This leads us to believe that we belong ...
From 33 days ago
Carvajal: Great responsibility
AFTER 500 years of Catholicism, if the Philippines is to drop its dubious title of poorest and most corrupt in the region, one institution that has to turn on its head is the Catholic Church. It has had the greatest ...
From 38 days ago