Federalism Deal Killers

By JoeAm This blog article will be revised from time to time as new information comes forth. The goal is to track the progress on development of the Federalism Constitution and build our understanding of the document being written. A constitution is a contract between the people and government. As such, the development of a … Continue reading

Kalayaan sa Pananalita (Freedom of Speech) o Krimen?

By Juana Pilipinas (From The Author: The featured quote is a free graphics taken from the Internet. Some may question the spelling of the word “licence” in it.  It is accurate in the British English convention but should be spelled “license” in American English convention.)   Palagi po nating naririnig ngayon ang salitang freedom of speech. … Continue reading

The financial puzzle that is the Federalism Constitution

By JoeAm – Preliminaries Forgive the length of this article. The main points are quickly summarized, but I have included appendices to fill in the particulars for those who are thorough or curious. One caveat: There are a lot of numbers to consider. This is not a search for accounting precision. It is a search … Continue reading

A picture showing the state of human rights in the Philippines

   

Killings, Politics, Federalism, Elections and the Catholic Church of the Philippines

By JoeAm For the life of me, I cannot figure out the Catholic Church of the Philippines. The Church and killings The Church is a moral voice that is extraordinarily strong . . . as when Pope Francis visits or when battling Reproductive Health initiatives. And it is shockingly ineffectual, divided, and quiet about the … Continue reading