By Oscar Franklin Tan
Not even the President can escape traffic.
By Edcel C. Lagman
Way back in October 2011, when I was the minority leader of the House of Representatives, I exhorted my co-lawmakers in both the House and the Senate not to adopt a variation of the constituent assembly wherein proposals to amend or revise the Constitution would be made through the ordinary legislative process.
By Takehiko Nakao
In the 1960s, the Philippines was second in economic development only to Japan. Building on its recent progress, the country can return to its place among Asia’s leading economies.
By Amor Lynn Macalalad
When you get the chance to listen to teachers share their experiences, you will quickly realize that teaching is anything but an ordinary job.
By Fr. Pete Montallana
In 1976, Bagong Barrio had the honor or dishonor of being the biggest slum area in Metro Manila, depending on where your sympathies lie. For the poor who had difficulty stretching their low wages to keep body and soul together, it was a paradise: cheap food and shelter, never mind that they had to negotiate muddy pathway and sewage canal to get there, and some had to bathe outdoors, without any privacy.