I write the Inquirer not just for the negatives but also for the “good things” that I see it is doing as a service to the reading public.
By Arvin Antonio V. Ortiz
In confronting the various threats posed by these perilous times, should there be a tradeoff between the rule of law and the exigencies of public safety and order? Should the safeguards against government abuses—which are enshrined in our Constitution as a continuing repudiation of the abuses during the Marcos era—give way to the expediency of the hour?
The reporting of events on torture and other human rights abuses during the dark years of the Marcos martial rule is something the Inquirer should never tire of doing.
By Amando Doronila
During the first leg of his trip to Europe, President Benigno Aquino III unburdened to a group of German businessmen in Berlin his concerns about the “overreach” of the Supreme Court’s review power.
By Juan L. Mercado
“Chiz, your ‘Heart’ is not in the right place.”