OFWs have always been the country’s pride—heroes, as we hail them. But words mean nothing when they are faced with the circumstances of abuse, or even death.
An “urgent” heist
The vagueness behind its urgency and the government’s failure to prioritize the country’s pressing needs are more than enough grounds for the public to refuse the MIF.
With typhoon Paeng dealing deadly casualities, the government deals with the challenge of creating effective long-term risk reduction plans.
United we fall
In the absence of DOH and DOST secretaries, Filipinos are once again left to fend for themselves amid ongoing crises.
As voters, we should be wary of candidates who flip-flop on their statements and stances whenever convenient.
Cost of greed
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is nothing but an act of greed from President Vladimir Putin, who has dragged and affected innocents all because of his tantrum.
Fools, not kings
The local and national political landscapes in the country are but a stage for the professional fools that only accomplish trying their hardest at doing nothing.
It all points back
In every endeavor, everyone has a role to play; but for a concern as big as the pandemic, the government must stop pointing fingers and instead must get jobs done.
United Nations Climate Change Conference’s recently concluded COP26 proved that world leaders are more concerned about the talk and not the actions needed to address the climate emergency.
With the current infighting among the opposition and its supporters, the concept of a united front is still up in the air.