Isko Moreno is not chopped liver

Analysis and Opinion By JoeAm “Who is Isko?” I asked myself, recognizing astutely that he is charging to the forefront of Philippine national political affairs. Wikipedia has all the details. Francisco Moreno Domagoso is a former street kid who got into entertainment and parlayed fame into adult work and leadership. You can read the details … Continue reading

Our collapsing world

Analysis and Opinion By JoeAm The world is going to hell. Storms from nature and man are driving us mad. Disease and incompetence unite to drive us home to pray and take worm medicine because the scare artists make us think vaccines will make men pregnant and forks stick to our magnetized foreheads. But mostly, … Continue reading

Manila Beach: Anatomy of a Vanity Project

Analysis and Opinion By Chemrock This is from one of my old blog collection. With election just round the corner, I though it a good time to share how poor leadership begets poor projects. Environmental projects almost always require a holistic approach to ensure sustainability. Beautifying the Manila beach is a worthy national project. However, … Continue reading

The problem when voters don’t accept accountability for their votes

Analysis and Opinion By Joe America Although I agree that any successful political candidate must be able to connect with voters, I’m struggling with the idea that one ought not criticize voters for electing Trumps and Dutertes. Rather, you should respect their choices, made sincerely given the condition of their condition. Isn’t that seeing voters … Continue reading

Trese and today’s haunted Philippines

Analysis and Opinion By Irineo B. R. Salazar Forget all I wrote about the Philippines in this blog. Watch Trese to get what haunts the country. While my writings touch the auditory aspect of our beings and I have looked at things with logic, Trese goes deeper by touching our feelings, showing us pictures and telling a compelling story. LOOKING DEEPER … Continue reading