Common sense and simple logic will teach us that the de facto martial law that now prevails in the countryside is abhorred by the masses of the people.
Author Archives: DON J. PAGUSARA
And we can grasp the reason why the les miserables congregate and dare to storm the citadel of tyranny in order to secure for themselves social justice and liberty.
There are only two lasting bequests we can give our children – one is roots, the other, wings.
There has been a lot of noise that aims to drown out sacred truths in the annals of our nation. The sources of this pollutant noise are mouths that throw up self-serving distortions of historical facts.
“Women hold up half the sky” is the slogan that synthesizes the call and struggle for women’s rights. This may be an understatement.
Forty-three years ago, on the eve of martial law, a Senator quizzically asked “What’s happening to our country, General?” Perhaps, in another ominous time— ten, twenty, or God knows how many years from today—a similar question will again be asked.
Philippine politics has descended into the realm of the dead. It is election season, and even before the official campaign period, already the political parties have launched their strategies in presenting and marketing their respective presidential bets.
Whether it’s Bob Dylan that renders the song or it’s the trio Peter, Paul and Mary, the phrase “blowing in…
Hello! I’m 77 years old, and I have participated in our country’s elections only two times—that was when my own father ran for mayor in our place in 1970, and then when my brother was a mayoralty candidate for the same office in 1986.
History will drag them to where they are bound to be thrown—to the dustbin of dishonor and shame.