Quantcast
Home » Inquirer Opinion You are browsing entries filed in “Inquirer Opinion”

Year of …

By

Did you know that there are 39 “small island nations” in the world, and that one of them is among the world’s most prosperous countries?

Posted: December 26th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Editor's Pick,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Santa story a lie, but a nice lie

By

Now that Christmas is over, let us get down to brass tacks. Did you, as a parent, tell your young children stories about Santa Claus, that jolly fat man in the red suit who flies through the air in his sleigh filled with goodies and pulled by reindeer with red noses, and who squeezes down chimneys (although Filipino homes have no chimneys) to leave gifts for children who are not naughty but nice?

Posted: December 26th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Editor's Pick,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

‘Balik Kalipay’

By

When a disaster strikes, the most immediate needs are for rescue and relief. There is the need to save lives that can still be saved, heal injuries, and provide basic needs like water, shelter, food and security for people who have lost their homes and livelihoods, searching for their dead loved ones, and trying to eke out a semblance of survival in the midst of devastation.

Posted: December 26th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Memories of Christmases past

By

My father came from a family of 10 siblings. His youngest sister married a man who was also the tenth child in his family, and they produced 10 children.

Posted: December 26th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Why is the President vacillating?

By

A yearend survey shows that the 2016 presidential election has narrowed down to three contenders led by two opposition figures, with the administration’s probable candidate, Interior Secretary Mar Roxas, making third place.

Posted: December 26th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Advertisement

News

  • NAIA 3 turns out to be gateway to nowhere for many
  • PM under fire as 100,000 flee worst Malaysia floods in decades
  • Monkey gives first aid to electrocuted friend
  • Solons seek punishment of corruption in private sector
  • Official arrested in ‘nut rage’ probe
  • Sports

  • LeBron James and Dwyane Wade go ‘beyond hoops’
  • Guiao says Abueva’s ‘stupid move’ helped Rain or Shine win Game 4
  • LeBron James hears plenty of cheers in return to Miami
  • Heat beat Cavaliers in LeBron’s Miami return
  • Rain or Shine, Alaska players share how they spent Christmas Eve
  • Lifestyle

  • What can I do for my country in 2015?
  • Nonstop banquets? Try smart-eating strategies
  • Best music moments of 2014
  • 14 tech-y things that trended in 2014
  • 14 music acts that were huge in 2014
  • Entertainment

  • Aquino relaxes on Christmas Day, watches Bimby and Kris’ MMFF movies
  • ‘Praybeyt Benjamin’ tops MMFF opening day
  • Daughter fractures mom’s nose over plans to cancel Korean drama subscription
  • Prenup video of Dingdong Dantes, Marian Rivera released
  • Morocco bans Ridley Scott’s ‘Exodus’
  • Business

  • Dutch scientists use smell to recreate JFK, Diana and other famous deaths
  • Asian markets closed Friday (Dec. 26)
  • Capture the holiday spirit with fruits
  • Gardenia fortifies defense against rivals
  • Oppo seeks to find place in gadget mart
  • Technology

  • Congress urged to probe slow Internet service in PH
  • PlayStation, Xbox service in US goes down on Christmas
  • Sharing ‘noche buena’ over Skype
  • With video calling, families reunite for holidays
  • NORAD ‘tracks’ Santa from Australia to S. America
  • Opinion

  • A tale of two Christmases
  • Ancestral complaint
  • Year of …
  • Santa story a lie, but a nice lie
  • ‘Balik Kalipay’
  • Global Nation

  • Flyers’ options on papal visit: Rebook, or grin and bear it
  • UN cites decline in deaths from disasters
  • So many tears this Christmas, says Pope
  • 9 Filipinos rescued after Korean ship runs aground
  • Sweets top ‘balikbayan’ box goodies
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement