The Australian media may be outraged, but they do not seem surprised. Anyone can sense that between the lines of their editorials and other expressions of opinion over the escape of the Jemaah Islamiyah
In justifying a policy, or an act that can
The Congressional Committee on Education said it all in 1990: taking the most popular courses in Philippine universities and colleges does not guarantee the new graduate a job after school. Every year the graduates of the country’s numerous colleges and universities end up swelling the army of the unemployed, among other reasons, said EdCom, because the courses Filipinos take are not the courses the country needs.
To qualify as a democracy, the first critical requirement for any state is the consent of the governed, and the willingness
As presidential spokesman Ignacio Bunye said the other day, Jaime Cardinal Sin, the Archbishop of Manila, has a right to his opinions.
Like everyone else in this earthly paradise called the Philippines, the Cardinal had the right last week to urge President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to run in 2004. He also had the right to call on the Catholic faithful to mass at EDSA twice, in 1986 and 2001.