The good life

By Joe America I suppose many of us are spoiled from living the good life. I know I am. I was raised in the U.S. during the latter part of the 1900’s when wars were relegated to the cold type, or localized. We could always go fight in a foreign land and return to our … Continue reading

It . . . Bulaga!

Ni Wilfredo G. Villanueva Hindi ko alam ang tutuong spelling ng “eet… bulaga!” o “it… bulaga!” Ito yung pinagmulan ng pangalan ng popular noontime tv show, yun bang kapag nilalaro mo ang baby mo, tatakpan mo ang mukha mo ng mga kamay mo habang sinasabing “It…” biglang ibaba ang mga ito at sasabihing “Bulaga!” para … Continue reading

The golden years

By Chemrock Did you know that world ranking in terms of GDP, the Philippines was in 44th position in 2010 and it has moved up to 36th by 2016? That was an incredible achievement under the previous administration. If that doesn’t impress you, by 2016, the Philippine GDP has nudged ahead of Singapore which is … Continue reading

Upside down

by Wilfredo G. Villanueva “Mommy, thank you,” Pedro said. Paz acknowledged the gratitude, glancing at Pedro while sipping from a ladle. He was wearing a tie on an immaculate white shirt, his sleeves rolled up to eat the breakfast that Paz had prepared. Picture of an executive. It was a big breakfast the del Rosario … Continue reading

My Father and Duterte

By Wilfredo G. Villanueva Disturbing, Duterte as father of the nation. I speak only for myself and do not carry express authority, but like the boy in the movie who says, “I see dead people,” I also I have a special sense. I’ll call it simply as a magnet. A magnet for good things, especially … Continue reading