LML Polettiques (84)

EBOLA VIRUS: Is this the End of Our World?

Monday, 11 August 2014 15:04 Written by
Quite recently, we wake up to the screaming headlines of Newspapers that alert us about the outbreak of Ebola virus from Central & West Africa infecting people from several countries. Spread of this disease is now made easier due to…

The Bloosoming of a Genius or The Emergence of an Idiot

Monday, 18 August 2014 13:19 Written by
This week we were confronted by a President who changed his mind on charter amendment which he steadfastly protected from the start of his reign as a legacy of an iconic mother – a family heirloom. The circumstances leading to…

National Heroes & National Villains

Monday, 25 August 2014 12:56 Written by
Today, August 25, is National Heroes’ Day. We honor and recognize the acts of courage of those who gave their lives for our country and our people. Some spilt their blood and others simply died for their beliefs. They have…

PNOY COULD BE THE GREATEST FILIPINO PRESIDENT

Monday, 01 September 2014 12:09 Written by
Two of recent news headlines crossed paths. First, the remarkable“6.4 per cent growth of the Philippine economy”during the second quarter boasting that the country is the second fastest growing economy in the Asian region after China; and second,Forbes Magazine’s annual…

Ice Bucket Challenge - Filipino Version

Monday, 08 September 2014 11:59 Written by
So many things have been happening lately. Social Media has contributed largely in spreading awareness and information to promote all sorts of causes in almost all parts of the world.

Dodgeball Politics

Monday, 15 September 2014 15:02 Written by
We Filipinos love spectator sports. We love watching games, competitions and all sorts of diversion especially with a little blood mixed in them - just a little, not much. That’s why everything stops when our “pambansang kama-o” is on the…

Integrity in Political Reforms

Monday, 22 September 2014 13:45 Written by
The following is an excerpt on a talk to be delivered by the author to a group of “Integrity Facilitators” under The Integrity for Jobs (I4J) Project. This project focuses on the pilot development of integrity mechanisms and models of…

Burning The Flags

Monday, 29 September 2014 13:39 Written by
In a report recent from Rappler, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) for the first time in 45 years burned Philippine flags. Our flag is a symbol of the country. The colors and images of the stars and the…
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