What is home?

Analysis and opinion By Irineo B. R. Salazar Tiwi, Albay was terribly hit by Typhoon Rolly. My folks onmy father’s side are from that town. But noticing I don’t know anyone still in that town made me even sadder. The old folks we once visited there in the times we were in the province are … Continue reading

Distance learning is cool; classrooms are so 1900s

  Analysis and opinion By Joe America This blog article is being written by dictation. This is a skill I learned from my son who is undertaking distance learning. It seems to me that distance learning is the future. The classroom is so 1900s. Technology is the way of the world today. We should use … Continue reading

The plan to fight the virus that we didn’t hear

Opinion By Joe America One of the great disappointments of the SONA for many people was the absence of a clear plan from President Duterte for getting the coronavirus out of the country. His plan was essentially to wait for a vaccine and beg China for ‘first dibs’. Well, the problem is not easy, is … Continue reading

Why ‘panic’ is good policy to fight the coronavirus

By Joe America The coronavirus is a nasty little bug. I think all the calls for “calm” circulating in social media are wrong. ‘Panic’ is a better policy. But I’ll twist the definition a little: Panic, noun, a highly emotionalized energy state in which the mind calculates all the ways one can get a nasty … Continue reading

Eking Out An Opposition

by Wilfredo G. Villanueva Dark with shades of gray, that would be the predominant color of Philippine democracy to a painter. There would be a little pink, that’s Vice President Leni Robredo, representing everything that’s good about the country, hemmed in by the grays, but heroically manifesting herself just the same. Yellow would of course … Continue reading