By Neal H. Cruz
Vice President Jejomar Binay has been accused by his former associates, in their testimonies in the Senate, of using dummies to hide his immense wealth derived from kickbacks from Makati infrastructure projects.
By Amando Doronila
Malacañang has rebuffed overtures by Vice President Jejomar Binay seeking President Benigno Aquino’s intervention to stop the Senate inquiry into alleged corruption during Binay’s tenure as mayor of Makati City.
By Rina Jimenez-David
Autonomy, says a consultant from Finland, can often be an uneasy partnership between the “unwilling” and the “ungrateful.”
By Michael L. Tan
The phrase “riding in tandem” was one of those nominated for this year’s “Salita ng Taon” or Filipino Word of the Year. Although it lost to “selfie,” “riding in tandem” has certainly entered Filipino public consciousness.
By Ambeth R. Ocampo
Growing up Catholic meant that I immediately associated the words “Virgin” and “Queen” with Mary, Mother of God, but anyone who has read some British history would associate the same words with Elizabeth I and the image of a strong face, paled by heavy white makeup, set in an elaborate costume, wig and jeweled finery befitting a great monarch.