Convicted Imelda Marcos can still run in 2019 – Comelec

Convicted Imelda Marcos can still run in 2019 – Comelec

By: Darryl John Esguerra Source: Inquirer.net Despite being convicted of seven counts of graft charges, former first lady and Ilocos Norte Rep. Imelda Marcos is still qualified to run for the 2019 midterm elections, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) said on...
Why We Should #NeverForget

Why We Should #NeverForget

At this age of technology, we would assume that we have everything at the tips of our fingertips. A few taps and scrolls and we get to purchase things, know more about background stories, widen our knowledge, and such. The internet is full of information. And we...
What You Should Know About the Martial Law of 1972

What You Should Know About the Martial Law of 1972

People these days claim to have short attention spans. They don’t want to be bothered by lengthy discussions and pages of research. Probably this is because of the arrival of the age of technology when things come to you in an instant. Communication, research, and...
What the Martial Law Took Away

What the Martial Law Took Away

When Martial Law was declared on the 21st of September 1972 – no one knew how much this proclamation would affect the lives of the Filipinos and the Philippines for the years to come. Unfortunately, some brave men and women never survived this era of darkness. Martial...