Tag Archives: Rodrigo Roa Duterte

Martial Law: Now and Then

My first memory of the 1972 Martial Law was a tv set that only displayed cartoons and on the radio only static noise was heard. Other memories include Ferdinand Marcos (FM) appearing on all four television stations. Then there were … Continue reading

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An honorary degree for Duterte: A tempest in the tea cup of UP

Last night I saw the reactions online about the plan of the BOR to confer an honorary degree to President Duterte. Now I am a UP graduate from UP DIliman and UP in the Visayas. Before that I studied at … Continue reading

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Questions about the Lascañas Journal

The reversal of Senior Police Officer 3 Arturo Bariquit Lascañas grabbed the attention of the media and Philippine Society. Aside from implicating the President, the timing and the people now supporting Lascañas has contributed to a perception of belief and … Continue reading

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