Bato vs. Elise: A Staggering Mystery

Posted on March 05, 2019

The Philippine film industry is something that seems to be booming right now, and obviously, that is a good sign of progress. Or is it, really? With the release of every blockbuster is an indie film, one that gets overlooked.

Fighting the Wrong Bottle

Posted on March 05, 2019

While such policies are put into effect for preventive measures, we citizens must be able to differentiate the policies that are needed to be implemented to eradicate the cause of the problem to those policies that are meant to be “band-aid solutions” which only aims to provide the public a false sense of security.

A leap backward on Juvenile Justice

Posted on March 05, 2019

Making children criminals is not justice but a mere whitewash of the societal problems that the government is facing.

The face of resistance

Posted on February 21, 2019

Holding the Line

Posted on February 17, 2019

n the moment the government decides to put their power into play by silencing the ones who have the power to put the truth forward is the time where the world will be watching eyes trained on the madmen who chooses to keep all the truth from slipping out — silencing the people who dare defy the oppression of the ones in power towards the Philippine press and towards the truth. 

EDITORIAL: Change for All?

Posted on December 22, 2018

With the filing of certificates of candidacy, thousands of aspirants are hoping to obtain a slot in the May 2019 elections.

What We Truly Deserved

Posted on October 17, 2018

Many people have celebrated upon hearing the news regarding Chot Reyes’ decision to step-down as the national team head coach. However, what does this really mean for Gilas?

Stand Up with Respect

Posted on October 17, 2018

Ever imagined going to a movie theater and end up going to prison?

Don't Take Away Their Lands

Posted on October 17, 2018

From the greater memes of the internet, to the Christmas songs of Jose Marie Chan, our attention kept us focused only to what our social feed is telling us, but in those posts there are lot of stories we should be looking out for, like the desperate fight of the indigenous people to keep their ancestral lands.

The False Idea of Heroism By Us Filipinos

Posted on October 13, 2018

Heroes, in the eyes of us Filipinos, are like higher beings whom we think deserve to be put on a pedestal. Some worship them, some adore them, some merely revere their acts and deeds, whatever they may be. Despite the flaws they commit, some would say it would be unruly to call them such names as it would make your being as a Filipino questionable.

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