Tag Archives: Martial law

A last look at the VP race for 2016 – Part One

THE PHILIPPINES’ presidential elections can result in some pretty schizophrenic government because the head of the country is backstopped by somebody who may be a total polar opposite from him… or her. As we have mentioned in the past our … Continue reading

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Marcosian propaganda in Daang Matuwid

In the years of Ferdinand E. Marcos’ rule in the country, the populace became so polarized because he had increasingly intensified his propaganda that if you were not for him, you were against the state. This main theme was carried … Continue reading

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Like Lacierda

HOW DO you solve a problem like Lacierda? It seems that every time he opens his mouth he ends up with more than his foot in it. Now that’s not such a crime for any ordinary person, but Lacierda is … Continue reading

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Perception, Not Justice

“WHERE is this all leading?” was the question everybody had in mind in a recent multicultural, multipolitical discussion. Janet Napoles in jail, Benhur Luy giving a Senate sneak preview of his court appearance and two truckloads of papers (15 boxes, … Continue reading

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