Government caravans and the post-Yolanda market divide
Do the gov't caravans at Yolanda-hit areas offering items for sale to those who can pay reiterate and painfully emphasize the economic divides that plague our country? The bottomline, it seems to prof Carljoe Javier, appears to be: "If you have the money, then you can have the better stuff."
Why wear the Nazi swastika?
Prof. Carljoe Javier asks why a posse of Pinoy students would wear the swastika popularized by Hitler’s Third Reich on their shirts and cautions how understanding symbols should be key before proudly sporting them – even ironically.
Will Napoles’ senators follow Biazon’s lead?
It's disheartening to see a good leader leave government when the administration was already making gains in good governance. But Customs Commissioner Ruffy Biazon simply showed that there are still a few good men in our government who practice delicadeza.
Reconstructing Tacloban City after Typhoon Yolanda
In thinking about the physical reconstruction of a city literally wiped out by a super typhoon, the first question that comes to mind is: Is there a blueprint? That is, is there a general or specific plan to guide the reconstruction efforts?