IMELDA’S NEW YORK STAND-IN: WHERE IS SHE NOW?

IMELDA’S NEW YORK STAND-IN: WHERE IS SHE NOW?

By: Ruben Carranza Source: Facebook “She is described as a demure, quiet-spoken woman who served Imelda Marcos in New York as a personal, confidential aide. What the new Philippine Government would like to know is where she is and exactly what it was she did....
Martial Law Stories: Remembering

Martial Law Stories: Remembering

By: Jo-Ann Q. Maglipon Source: Positively Filipino The Martial Law years (Source: retrospect.ph) It’s funny what one remembers. My friend Tony Tagamolila was the Collegian editor-in-chief. I no longer recall any of the feisty editorials he wrote and I cannot tell you...
BAYANI

BAYANI

Do not begrudge me my burial at Libingan ng mga Bayani. It was my dying wish, even though this fiction has been manufactured by my family to advance their political agenda, in which I no longer have an interest or stake. After all, I am dead… Dead as the remains of my...
Curfew a throwback to Marcos era

Curfew a throwback to Marcos era

Source: PCIJ   LAWYERS are denouncing the imposition of the five-hour curfew following the standoff between mutineers facing coup d’etat charges and government forces in Makati City this afternoon, saying it was unlawful and a clear violation of the Constitution....
SHOW OF FORCE

SHOW OF FORCE

By Jonathan de Santos Source: Philstar.com NewsLab   The Philippines was not a regional military power during the Marcos years but neither was it the weakest, with the Armed Forces of the Philippines saying it “was one of the most well-equipped militaries...