By Amando Doronila
President Aquino remains elusive about whether he would seek an extension of his single six-year term beyond 2016 as controversy smolders over the issue of constitutional change.
By Neal H. Cruz
I’m sorry to say that the problems of the MRT-3 cannot be solved by government VIPs, including Transportation Secretary Joseph Abaya and Sen. Grace Poe riding the train to see how commuters suffer before and during the trips.
By Conrado de Quiros
I’m glad President Aquino made that clear before the weekend last week, saying: “I am not a masochist. One year and 10 months from now, the day after I step down from office, (I and some of my staff) will eat something really delicious. There will be a banner behind us that reads, ‘Freedom.’”
By Ramon Farolan
At the book launch of “Cesar Virata, Life and Times,” someone suggested that the 726-page biography of the nation’s first and only prime minister could serve as a paperweight or if one had two copies, they could serve as attractive bookends in a personal library.
By Oscar Franklin Tan
Not even the President can escape traffic.