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Where we continue the tradition of delivering cutting-edge insight into the issues and trends.
- What Vice Ganda’s tongue-in-cheek remark says about us Filipinos
- It is in the Filipinos’ best interest that Noynoy stay alive until the 2016 elections are over
- Filipino voters should be blamed for the Philippines’ problems
- Will the Philippines prosper if we change its system of government?
- Down with the Colonial Apologists and Imperialists!
Monthly Archives: April 2010
This is it guys. If the following information does not convince you not to vote for Noynoy Aquino, I don’t know what will. Heck, Noynoy’s alleged mental disorder is ok with you, so it is so hard to tell what … Continue reading
I argue that even a person who has a simple life can have a reprehensible life. We should not gun for mere simple living. We should gun for ethical and responsible living – no matter how simple nor complex. Continue reading
I don’t cry too much anymore when I’m upset. I realized that after I’ve had a crying session that aside from getting puffy eyes, I always regret making a big deal out of a situation. Most of the time, the … Continue reading
I wrote MANY TIMES IN THE PAST. There is no comparing the 1986 Edsa “revolution” to ANY of the subsequent “people power” “revolutions” that followed. NO COMPARING. Y’all know why? It’s because, no one bozo instigated the 1986 version. And … Continue reading
Back in the early eighties amidst the “revolutionary” spirit following the assassination of Noynoy’s daddy Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr, one of the initiatives that really caught on was the boycott of what were at the time the biased newspapers Daily … Continue reading
We have a culture wherein we blame the government for our problems, but fail to realize that we ourselves have corruption and are thus responsible as well for our condition. Continue reading
When Joseph “Erap” Estrada decided to run for the Philippine presidency in 1998, he had the majority of the Filipino masses behind him. He was the champion of the poor and poor people came out in droves to vote for … Continue reading
Blogger Ben Kritz in his Four Principles for Improving the Philippine Economy highlights some key areas where the potentially hardest hitting solutions lie as far as our economic aspirations go. They point to aspects of our economic landscape where flawed … Continue reading
I’ve always doubted the credibility of our esteemed opinion columnists. To me, whether it’s for online or printed publications, they all sing the same songs of praise. That is, praising their chosen candidate while putting their candidate’s opponent in a … Continue reading
Like a stubborn rash, two key concepts continue to infect the vacuous halls of the Philippine National “Debate”. It is a “Good vs Evil” election – The Top Media Emo couldn’t have said it better: “The choice is between life … Continue reading