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Monthly Archives: September 2009
Metro Manila is my hometown (or shall we say, home region), and having friends and family directly affected by the destruction and human tragedy that tropical cyclone Ondoy had wreaked on Luzon over the weekend, I was and am deeply … Continue reading
The anthropological definition of culture is “The sum total of the attainments and activities of any specific period, race, or people, including their implements, handicrafts, agriculture, economics, music, art, religious beliefs, traditions, language, and story.” What that all-encompassing definition suggests … Continue reading
The population has been conditioned to depend on government for everything, including jobs. Commentor “Uncle Pinoy” made that remark commenting on a proposal to reduce the size of Government to help improve the country’s fiscal position. He may as well … Continue reading
While the process for developing a platform is relatively easy, it does require several careful steps. Recently, in response to several challenges to provide an example of a proper platform and in the hope of providing some issues for public … Continue reading
I can still remember a time when The Media used to be squarely on the side of those who’ve made it their mission to instigate meaningful change in our society. In the periods between 1983 (when Benigno Aquino was assassinated) … Continue reading
Are we a people fixated on the past (retrospective) or focused on the future (prospective)? The way that we as a people seem inclined to regard the coming 2010 presidential election provides some insight into how we might answer that … Continue reading
The word patrimony is one that frequently bubbles to the surface of the stew of political discussion these days. What it really means is “an inheritance or endowment from one’s father”; used here, it means “the reservation of the land … Continue reading
Impunity. The word is defined as one that describes “a freedom from unpleasant consequences”. Hold whatever thoughts the above word induces in your mind while we make a quick digression… I see a monumental struggle all over that part of … Continue reading