Manuel Buencamino has a thing or two to say about the student who heckled Mrs. Arroyo st a ceremony in the Cavite State University.
Manolo Quezon wonders how any website can get nine million hits in such a short time period but Cha-Cha advocate Raul Lambino insists its true. Well, let’s see…
Manuel Buencamino’s column for the Business Mirror is a wake-up call for the upper class. He believes they are the missing ingredient in the oust Arroyo recipe and they stand to lose everything if they don’t wake up and act soon.
The Gadfly writes that the ETA declaration of a permanent ceasfire is just one step in a long process that could lead to a political solution to the Basque separatist problem in Spain. He believes that Spain’s experience could provide vital lessons for countries facing separatist problems like the Philippines.
Manolo Quezon’s article looks at how different approaches to charter change can produce an unintended unity.
Manuel Buencamino, in BusinessMirror, revisits those Muslim cartoons and spends his Holy Week meditating on bigotry
Why is Lauro Baja writing letters to the New York Times? Isn’t that the job of the Philippine ambassador to the US and not the Philippine ambassador to the UN?
Manuel Buencamino weighs in on the controversial remarks of Trade Secretary Peter Favila.
Buencamino finds an ideal job for Favila and Labor Secretary Pat Sto. Tomas
In this article for the Philippine Daily Inquirer Manolo Quezon acts as our tour guide through the labyrinth of Philippine politics.
He asks where does it lead? To GMA or JDV?
A few days ago, Trade Secretary Peter Favila said there would be no unemployment problem if Filipinos were not so choosy about work. Prof. Rene Onofreo answers Favila in this BusinessWorld article.