Monthly Archives: August 2015

A Reminder of Realpolitik in the Philippines: Church and State – From Governor Bustamante and the INC at EDSA

The ongoing serial rallies by the Iglesia Ni Cristo in Metro Manila and soon around the country has compounded an already tangled traffic problem and disrupted the lives of other citizens. Prompting a flood from a number of those affected … Continue reading

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August 21: Gods, Monsters and Man

A bit of nostalgia and perhaps a lesson. On this day I remember coming back with friends from Laguna doing research for our high school class when the news broke out of assasination of Ninoy. I still remember it like … Continue reading

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Hashtag R broken-heart J: AUGUST 26 TO SEPTEMBER 13 2015

The story of ill-fated lovers has long captured the imagination of the audience. In William Shakespeare’s’ work Romeo and Juliet is probably the most popular tragedy in his body of work. Personally, I always liked Macbeth but then again that … Continue reading

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