By Neal H. Cruz
How would President Aquino feel if the senators tell him how to do his job? The senators feel the same way.
By Randy David
We don’t know exactly what prompted embattled Vice President Jejomar Binay to dare Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV to face him in a debate. The challenge seems to me to stem more from personal animosity than from any sharp policy difference between them.
I think Vice President Jejomar Binay has wittingly or unwittingly outwitted Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV by challenging the senator to a public debate on the issue the Senate is now proving against the Vice President, which challenge the outspoken senator readily accepted.
Sen. Antonio F. Trillanes IV and Sen. Nancy Binay both passed the halls of the University of the Philippines’ National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG), in a manner of speaking.
There he was again, in the middle of rumors of coup attempts. This time, though, he wasn’t the subject of speculation, but the speculator.