Quantcast
Home » United States You are browsing entries tagged with “United States”

A lesson for the son

Ninoy Aquino had been warned. The most dramatic warning about the threats to his life came from the dictatorship’s resident drama queen, the Imeldific first lady herself. Imelda Marcos was still in peak form, indulging her self-perception as the Marcos regime’s most effective diplomat. But she failed. Against the advice of almost everyone he consulted, the opposition senator still decided to return home from three years’ exile in the United States. Upon arrival 31 years ago today, however, he met the fate he had repeatedly been warned against; he was killed in the airport that now bears his name.

Posted: August 21st, 2014 in Editorial,Featured Columns,Featured Headline,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Brave new world

By

As I write, it’s the middle of spring in this part of the world. And as the seasons continue to move from the harsh cold of winter and prepare for heartwarming summer, so do my pride and faith in reality.

Posted: June 8th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Featured Columns,Featured Headline,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Obama-induced apathy for our Constitution?

By

Why has public debate so glaringly ignored the objection that the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (Edca) with the United States is potentially unconstitutional because it must first be ratified by our Senate as a treaty? This issue was raised by no less than Senate President Franklin Drilon and Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago, two of our most highly respected lawyers.

Posted: May 8th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Response to China: ‘Usjaphil’

By

When a bigger guy like China pushes us, a puny nation, the first reflex is not to fight back because we are too small. But when push comes to shove, we rethink our position in two ways. First, in our anger and helplessness, we may want to fight back, not caring if we lose, which would be suicidal. Second, we may look for “creative” ways of fighting back.

Posted: April 20th, 2014 in Columns,Featured Columns,Featured Headline,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Alliance of US, Japan and PH hardens

By

In quick succession in one week, the United States sent a series of clear messages to China that it is firmly committed to protect the Philippines and Japan in their territorial disputes with Beijing.

Posted: April 11th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Advertisement

News

  • Top execs remember martial law
  • Lifestyle checks up for Binay, Purisima
  • Go for original stories, YA lit authors tell young writers
  • A teacher remembers P-Noy, Jinggoy, Koko and his other stellar grade school students
  • Meeting Obama’s ‘friend’ and listening to learn
  • Sports

  • Gilas Pilipinas in hot spot
  • Brawl mars EAC-Mapua game in NCAA
  • Arboleda’s free throws with 0.2 left lift Perpetual Help over San Beda
  • Philippine Army fetes Dragon Boat Team
  • Playing less tennis extended my career, says Number 1 Serena
  • Lifestyle

  • Running, workouts, golf: How Peter Coyiuto keeps fit at 60
  • The fit 40-plus family man
  • Peter Coyiuto shows a lighter side to 60
  • What’s an old soul?
  • Do you have male menopause?
  • Entertainment

  • Boyz II Men can still make ’em sigh, swoon and sing along
  • Piolo Pascual told to keep mum on quitting
  • An ‘A’ grade for ‘Dementia’
  • Top actors in ‘teleseryes’ fall short of thespic mark
  • ‘Gutz’ made Annabelle Rama ‘famous’
  • Business

  • SMC lost money on PAL investment
  • August surplus trims 8-mo BOP deficit
  • Vista Land launches P1.7-B condo project on Taft
  • PSEi closes lower
  • DoubleDragon builds CityMall in Boracay
  • Technology

  • Microsoft delays launch of Xbox in China – company
  • Filipino scientist helps make cooking on Mars possible
  • NASA’s MAVEN enters Mars orbit
  • Alcatel OneTouch Idol X+ perfectly matches design with Octa Core performance
  • SpaceX launches 3-D printer, other station gear
  • Opinion

  • Risky powers
  • Other prisms
  • Elephant in the room
  • Marcos was the worst (2): The SC
  • Outdated restrictions
  • Global Nation

  • Korean drugged, robbed of valuables, cash by 5 in Manila
  • Aegis apologizes to PH for derogatory video
  • BI gets nod to deport German national
  • Fresh batch of PH peacekeepers off to Haiti
  • Aegis Malaysia urged to explain derogatory video about PH
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement