In order to render full worth and justice to the death of Kumander Parago, we stop at nothing to let the blossoming of creative expressions that rightfully celebrate his life and passion on the path of revolutionary struggle.
Author Archives: DON J. PAGUSARA
As usual, whenever government military are able to kill people as part of their campaign of terror in the countryside, an avalanche of lies are forthrightly dished out to the public for no other purpose than to mislead the people.
If our society has any need for a “role model” of the youth, Raoul Manuel is the very embodiment of that challenge to fill the need.
The pedagogical precept of Paulo Freire that meaningful learning should be dialogical rather than conducted in the banking method found its concrete realization in my experience with a group of grassroots masa in my neighborhood.
I was in a carefree mood in my jeepney ride for home from Roxas Avenue yes terday afternoon.
Yesterday, the Filipino nation commemorated the birthday anni versary of Dr. Jose Rizal, national hero of our country.
In time, it is only the people, if and when as a unified collective force, they are amply well-informed of the whys and wherefores of the abnormal Philippine of state of affairs, and decisively take the nation’s destiny in their hands, that we can begin to transform the current malformed culture of the Military into a truly pro-people one.
Philippine Independence Day used to be celebrated on the Fourth of July, on the same day the United States of America celebrates its own Freedom Day.
These are words I recited as a character of an operetta our school presented way back in the 1960s.
Traditional politics has been part of our social life since time immemorial. And it comes as naturally and regularly as the rainy and dry seasons in our weather system.
For the nth time in his Sunday TV program Gikan sa Masa para sa Masa, Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has parried enticements for him to run for the top national post in next year’s presidential elections.
A few months back, there was this case of a policeman who was relieved from his post because of a usual petty crime in the ranks of policemen—pangongotong.