Monthly Archives: October 2011

The elusive peace in Mindanao

By Perry Diaz PRESIDENT Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III has been criticized for his inaction in the wake of the death of 19 Army Special Forces troops who were reportedly ambushed by rebels

Mindanao: War or peace?

By Val G. Abelgas IN 1965, The Byrds recorded a song called “Turn!Turn!Turn! (To Everything There is a Season) that was an instant hit because it was released at the height of

The elusive peace in Mindanao

By Perry Diaz PRESIDENT Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III has been criticized for his inaction in the wake of the death of 19 Army Special Forces troops who were reportedly ambushed by rebels

Finally, a movement for us

By Rodel E. Rodis WHEN the Filipino people revolted against the Marcos dictatorship in February of 1986, the income disparity in the Philippines was a major factor.  According to the National Statistical

On giving back

By Joel P. Longares THERE IS a Tagalog saying “Ang hindi lumingon sa pinaggalingan ay hindi makakarating sa paroroonan.” Roughly translated, it means “He who does not look back to his beginnings

Perhaps they never will…

By Val G. Abelgas THE world has indeed become one global village, as the late Canadian philosopher and scholar Herbert Marshall McLuhan had predicted 30 years before the creation of the World