Press freedom cannot be invoked to defend and promote a media outlet’s business operations KNOW THE DIFFERENCE. Not only does ABS-CBN have all the latitude and airtime to discuss and reject charges filed by Sol-Gen Calida. It has talents, writers, … Continue reading ERMIN GARCIA: ABS-CBN charged for violation of franchise, not for abusive language or false statements
By Jun Ledesma The personal feud between erstwhile confreres Bebot Alvarez and Tonyboy Floirendo has reached an ultimate point of irreconcilability. Both are incumbent congressman representing the two districts of Davao del Norte. Either of the two maybe would deny it, … Continue reading JUN LEDESMA: SPARE THE DAVAO BANANA INDUSTRY
Social media to help capture Malacanang for Duterte presidency The Duterte crowd is everywhere Duterte (is) omnipresent (in) at least a third of the 100 million Filipinos who are connected by Internet everyday and every hour. The people have spoken … Continue reading ONLINE REVOLUTION TO INSTALL DUTERTE AS NEXT PRESIDENT
When can we walk and talk and laugh and share our sorrows and our joys without having to ask what our religious faiths are, our ranks and station in life like children who harbor no hatred but only genuine friendship … Continue reading WHEN WILL IT END? “Why is the search for peace so difficult a task?”
OPINION by Menardo Wenceslao How can peace be elusive as it is seemingly now when all you hear these days are clarion calls for stable peace to dawn in Mindanao? Towards the end of Ramadan there pervades an aura of reconciliatory vibes and forgiveness. The yearning for peace is felt from east to west and from north to south. Despite all these we ask in desperation, “Why is the search for peace so difficult a task?” If a cease fire agreement can be sustained, then why cannot a permanent truce be attained? What does it take for protagonists to yield … Continue reading Why is the search for peace so difficult?