Ilang beses na ba kayong napagalitan, nahuling nagdaldalan habang may nagsasalita, nakitang nangongopya, o di naman kaya’y sumagot sa inyong mga propesor at guro sa iskwela?
We have people that we know or truly care for at the local geographic community level, in the places where we reside. Perhaps, for some of these privileged few, you would be more than ready to offer your life if need be. But how about to the over 90 million more “others” out there who — whether they really like it or not — are labelled as “Filipinos”?
Energy is development. It is not possible to develop economically and socially if a country or economy has little electricity and hence, energy prices are high and there is frequent brown out.
On February 25 we commemorate the EDSA People Power Revolution, the glorious four-day peaceful revolution that toppled the Marcos dictatorship and paved the way for the restoration of democracy in the country. This momentous event is a testament to the Filipinos’ uncompromising love for freedom. Celebrating EDSA will not be complete without remembering Ninoy Aquino, the hero, the martyr; the man who laid down his life so that the Filipinos would be free.