As of this writing, at least 23 people have been confirmed dead due to the onslaught of typhoon Basyang. It’s the first natural disaster that the 2-week old Aquino administration has faced and needed to manage. And somehow, with what Continue reading After Basyang: The Greater Disaster
The arrival in the country of ex-agriculture secretary Cito Lorenzo, at face value, is a positive development in the country’s desire to finally resolve the fertilizer scam that has already hounded us for more than six years. We shall see Continue reading A Slow Construction?
We have heard several descriptions for what took place today: historic, a new chapter, a new beginning, a new era. The Filipino nation is filled with a renewed sense of hope and optimism brought about by the inauguration of President Continue reading A New Administration, A New Chapter
Here is the video of PGMA’s farewell address, aired live on June 23, 2010, one week before she officially steps down. The video has just been uploaded to YouTube. If video does not appear, refresh the screen until the video Continue reading Breaking News: President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's Farewell Address
Here in the Philippines, it has been widely accepted that the battle for supremacy for television news is a battle among ABS-CBN, GMA-7, and more recently, TV5. The government stations, NBN-4, RPN-9, and IBC-13 have been out of the radar Continue reading Noynoy, Gloria, and Government TV