By Bartolome C. Fernandez Jr.
The lament of some keen observers of the contemporary scene is that nothing good seems to come out of these inquiries given the manner in which legislators exercise their investigative power. Inevitably, Congress finds itself bogged down in such wearisome, seemingly interminable inquiries.
By Butch Hernandez
Millennials share common values with the generations before them, such as the primacy of family, but they tend to be more socially aware and environmentally conscious.
By David Celestra Tan
The question is not whether we need to amend the law but whether we want to risk amending it. It may get worse. The stars are not aligned for amending the law in ways that will work for the country and consumers.
By Ned Olney
Yolanda, wars, natural disasters, large and small, continue to remind us of the universal vulnerability of children. Every time a war is fought, or a disaster hits, children almost always die and are injured in the largest numbers.
By Oscar Franklin Tan
Acting Solicitor General Florin Hilbay’s first case was defending the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement at the Supreme Court last Nov. 18.