Transmogrification: A tale of two presidential aspirants
I am amazed watching the younger generation transmogrify video game characters into strange or grotesque appearances. Now that’s a thought. It occurred to me that if there is technological transmogrification, there is also what I would call political transmogrification, Philippine-style.
Why I am confused with the Left
Isn’t it perplexing that many of those who are now part of BAYAN were also victims of violence during Martial Law? Now, they are suddenly justifying the physical harming of Budget Sec. Butch Abad by saying that the time for sober discourse is now over.
An open letter to the UP Hooligans a.k.a. enemies of UP
They dare call you enemies of the University, and by implication, enemies of the people whose taxes finance its existence. This, just because you dared throw some crumpled paper on someone who ironically, and as validated no less than by the Supreme Court itself, was at the helm of how funds were sequestered illegally in violation of the Constitution.
What’s in ‘sa awa ng Diyos’ and VP Jejomar Binay?
And so, when VP Jejomar Binay laces his speeches with not just one, but a series of “sa awa ng Diyos” phrases, my curiosity gets piqued. I have never heard of any Filipino politician who uses the expression as much as him to the point of overkill.