Journalism, it is said, doesn’t seek power. It seeks the truth. That’s the difference between journalism and politics.
By Marites Dañguilan Vitug 06/21/2010 7:22 PM
The Bluffer’s Guide is a justly famous series of thin books containing facts disguised as flippant observations. One of them is Antony Mason’s The Bluffer’s Guide to Men, which is hilarious and filled with things you ought to know about the male species.
REMOTE CONTROL | DANTON REMOTO 06/20/2010 11:19 PM
From the time Congress proclaims a candidate as the duly-elected president, the candidate becomes known as the President-elect.
By Manuel L. Quezon III 06/19/2010 9:32 PM
Manila, Philippines - Two more journalists met their bloody end in opposite corners of the Philippines less than 24 hours apart. Up north in Ilocos Norte Jovelito Agustin, an anchorman for local station DZJC was gunned down. Agustin was with his nephew when he was attacked. He died in a hospital while his nephew was wounded.
THE REGIONAL DRIFT | STANLEY PALISADA 06/19/2010 1:42 AM
After the hustle and bustle of the election period, it’s time to pause and do some straightening of three factual errors in my recent posts related to the Senate.
WAYS OF SPECIES | MIRIAM CORONEL FERRER 06/17/2010 11:44 PM
Of the 250 reported midnight appointees of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, a particular appointment of a jurist stands out: that of retired Supreme Court Justice Minita Chico-Nazario as chair of the Philippine National Oil Company -Exploration Corporation (PNOC-EC).
By Harry Roque 06/16/2010 1:29 PM
Raymond “Bong” Alikpala seemed like the perfect guy any girl would love to bring home to mother. He is a blue-blooded Atenean from grade school to law school, an honor student and student council leader. He is also a practicing Catholic; cheerful, bright, and personable.
REMOTE CONTROL | DANTON REMOTO 06/14/2010 11:59 AM
Jurassic. These lawmakers, I thought to myself. I kept shaking my head, my left eyebrow kept going up, up and up. I was exasperated. It was the 3rd day of the joint sesson.
By Pia Hontiveros-Pagkalinawan 06/13/2010 1:36 PM
Noong nakaraang Lunes ay pinarangalan ng Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) ang ating mga Overseas Filipino Workers o OFWs sa pamamagitan ng pag-celebrate ng Migrant Workers Day at pagbigay pugay at pagkilala sa mga karangalan at kabutihang naibigay ng mga ito sa ating bansa.
Alam Ba Ninyo No. 112 | Pat A. Sto. Tomas 06/12/2010 6:58 PM
The start of a new Presidency with a clear and legitimate mandate from our people is an opportunity to re-build and re-affirm our unity as a democracy. The midnight appointees of GMA are left-over seeds for our continued discord, sown by an exiting president who apparently does not care for our people’s united effort to move forward with their new leader.
By Former Senior Government Officials (FSGO)+ 06/12/2010 8:54 AM