Hindi nakakatawang April Fool’s joke, unconstitutional: LP “Paano nilabag ni Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto ang batas na hindi pa batas? Ginamit ang mga improvised tricycle bago mag-March 18. Umapela, tinanggihan, at sumunod sa utos si Mayor Vico March 19. Naging batas ang Bayanihan to Act Heal as One Act (Special Powers Act) noong March […]
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“Sa kagyat, kailangang bilhin na sa mataas na presyo ang ani ng ating magpapalay. Sa pamamagitan nito, malalagyan ng pera ang kanilang mga bulsa at makakapagtanim ulit sila. Kapag binili natin sa magandang presyo ang ani ng mga magpapalay natin, ma-e-encourage ang mga rice farmers natin na magtanim uli ng palay. Marami na kasi ang nag-shift sa ibang pananim kaya bumababa ang production natin.”
Together with the Filipino people, the Liberal Party of the Philippines has been here before. In 1972, when the ousted dictator imposed martial law, he also arrested his critics and shut down major media outfits like ABS-CBN.
As 2019 winds down and we look toward 2020, let’s make a commitment to continue standing up for our rights and what is true, and for our future and our children.
We stand as one in celebrating the heroism of Gat Jose Rizal, who throughout his life worked to lift up the condition of Filipinos and his country under siege.
The hymn Payapang Daigdig was composed by Felipe de Leon in December of 1946 as he lamented the horrible violence and destruction that fell upon the City of Manila at the end of World War 2 and his longing for peace and serenity amidst the suffering, the devastation, and the horrible loss of countless of lives.
The sense and reality of impunity of a political dynasty caused the Maguindanao massacre a decade ago, Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan said on the 10th year of the world’s deadliest attack on journalists.
Brutality in all forms is attempting to quell the protests of the people of Hong Kong. It has gone beyond the extradition bill, but for greater freedom and survival in the face of China’s creeping authority
Seventy-five years ago today, the largest naval battle in the Pacific was fought and won in Leyte. It marked the beginning of the end of all wars in our shores.
We express our appreciation for the life and lessons of Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary.We express our appreciation for the life and lessons of Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary.Let’s take this day as an important moment to reflect on his message of non-violence, not just as a specific action, but a way of life.