Mr. Chill

by Wilfredo G. Villanueva He prepared well for the Bar Exams in 1999, and when an acquaintance who called by mobile phone read his name from a list faxed by the Supreme Court to the Department of Justice, he knew from the pit of his stomach that he would be number one because he had … Continue reading

Hello, Yellow, Hello, Leah Navarro

by Wilfredo G. Villanueva I don’t see much of my color nowadays. People power must have folded its EDSA One tent for shame of being called dilawan—choicest cuss word in the realm of the uncouth—but I’m sure anti-Marcos pro-Aquino Filipinos yearn for the time when it was politically correct to sport yellow. But not this … Continue reading

Why the Philippine Propaganda Machine prospers

By Joe America Here are some things we can observe about the official Philippine State propaganda machine run out of Communications Secretary Martin Andanar’s office and taken up by cabinet secretaries, spokespeople, compliant legislators, and the troll brigade anchored by Asec. Mocha Uson: It is an orchestrated effort that seeks to diminish critics and elevate … Continue reading

Winning is a state of mind

By Joe America Editor’s note. Philippine Constitution, Article III, Section 27. The State shall maintain honesty and integrity in the public service and take positive and effective measures against graft and corruption.  JA  w Facebook has its moments. It can produce a lot of heart, and many intellectual gems.  w This article is about one of the … Continue reading

Epimanes from Davao

By Chemrock The Guardian once described the Philippines as an event rich country. Even for them, the events in the past few days must have been a stupendous world record. I refer to : 1. Congress voted overwhelmingly to impeach CJ Sereno in a Kangaroo court where: The respondent was denied representation and the right … Continue reading