Monthly Archives for March 2006
Gloria Arroyo’s desperation to survive politically is obvious in her attempts to pervert the Constitution just to be able to shift from a presidential to a parliamentary form of government. When the option of a constituent assembly was stopped dead … Continue reading
Look closely at the nose. What have you noticed? 2002 Gloria Arroyo Christmas card. A painting by Orville D.R. Tiamson of Angono, Rizal 2005 Gloria Arroyo Christmas card by Melvin B. Culaba.
If you are a peace-loving citizen who believes in truth, honor, integrity and all the values we have been taught to cherish, how do you fight Gloria Arroyo, whose brazen abuse of power intensifies everyday? At a forum organized by … Continue reading
I called up the office of our barangay in Moonwalk Village in Las Piñas yesterday about the reported assembly on Charter Change and a certain “Lorry” informed me that it would be at 8 a.m. Saturday at the barangay hall. … Continue reading
It looks like the new U.S. ambassador, Kristie Kenney, has a good grasp of the root of the crisis hounding Gloria Arroyo. In her statement before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for her confirmation last January, she said: “Our bilateral … Continue reading
The Foundation for Nationalist Studies (FNS) is launching the book of Renato Redentor Constantino, The Poverty of Memory: Essays on History and Empire on March 24, 2006 (Friday), 4:00 pm at the Balay Kalinaw, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon … Continue reading