The #BabaeAko social media campaign to fight the sexist remarks and misogynistic behavior of President Duterte is gaining so much ground. Tonyo Cruz said it… Read More »30 examples of Duterte’s sexist remarks #BabaeAko
Whether you are pro- or anti-Marocs, one thing can’t be denied. That is when Pres. Marcos fled the country in 1986, he did so because much… Read More »The Five Pitfalls of Marcos that Duterte must avoid
There are three branches of the government in the Philippines. They were established as independent bodies for the purpose of checks and balances. If one… Read More »Why independence of Congress is important now more than ever
Senator Leila De Lima has been vilified by the Duterte administration even before she took office. Since then, she has continued speaking out against Duterte… Read More »Is Senator De Lima’s cry for political persecution justified?
Duterte’s budget priorities, and a look back at the Aquino years If I were to sum up the Aquino years in one chart, I would… Read More »Budget priorities: from Aquino to Duterte
The Duterte era is really here and it’s difficult not to notice the changes. Obviously, many of these changes have been highly contentious, particularly when… Read More »5 contributions from the media towards a sensible drug war
There have been several instances when President Duterte arguably went out of tune and delivered unacceptable performances, but why can’t they just hit the gong… Read More »7 reasons why Duterte critics still fail to make a dent (Part 1 of 2)
Duterte’s trip to China has elicited strong reactions from just one statement. Overshadowing the other developments that happened like: (i) The business deals; (ii) New… Read More »Duterte on US relations: To separate is not too severe