By Michael L. Tan
I never cease to be amazed by the language that the writer George Orwell warned about decades ago in his novel “1984,” of politicians using language to distort the truth.
This is in reaction to the editorial titled “Too little, too late” (Opinion, 11/26/14).
By Florin T. Hilbay
It is almost ironic that the current tension between President Aquino and the Supreme Court is about Congress’ definition of savings.
By Juan L. Mercado
Reports on officials “sick, sick, sick” from gorging at the pork barrel straddle headlines and newscasts. These smudged the reports on the passing, last week, of a soldier who wrote on how guerrillas seized the “Koga Papers,” which radically altered World War II’s liberation battle for the Philippines.
The photograph taken by Inquirer correspondent Karlos Manlupig of children playing “luksong tinik” in an evacuation center in Zamboanga City, published on page A10 of Wednesday’s issue, may have brought a rueful smile to many readers.