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Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

NUJP Grieves Loss of a Patriotic Journalist

From NATIONAL UNION OF JOURNALISTS OF THE PHILIPPINES (NUJP) September 8, 2010 The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines joins the family, friends, colleagues and the media industry in mourning the passing of Alexander Martin Remollino. Alex was only 33 when he died. But in his short life, Alex made a lasting mark in

Saturday, August 14th, 2010

Living in Harmony With Nature: A Lesson From the Agtas of Tiwi

By LYN V. RAMO Bulatlat.com LEGAZPI CITY — The tribal leader said he lives nearby. Speaking in Tagalog, he said, “Diyan lang (nearby),” when asked where he would go home to. To indigenous peoples, the phrase “Diyan...

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

For Better or for Worse?

BY BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat.com The last time the country underwent the same type of changes in the charter, currently being pushed by the Arroyo administration, purportedly to solve the political and economic crisis was in 1972. Marcos...

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

Aggressive GMO Promotion is Making Ifugao Corn Farmers Poorer

Conclusion If there’s anybody to blame for making farm life in the Ifugao town of Alfonso Lista more and more miserable today, it should be the Arroyo government for its aggressive promotion of GMO in corn production...

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

Guihulngan, Almighty: Photos from Another View

Guihulngan City, a 4th class city in Negros Oriental, is majestic, breath-taking, beautiful. Beneath this physical beauty, however, lie stories crying to be written and told to the world. TEXT AND PHOTOS BY TERENCE KRISHNA LOPEZ Contributed...

Sunday, March 11th, 2007

Gasoline, Diesel Prices Now More Than Double

As of January 2007, the prevailing pump price of gasoline and diesel is now more than twice their price when President Gloria Arroyo took over in January 2001. BY IBON Foundation Posted by Bulatlat As of January...

Saturday, December 16th, 2006

Fantasya

NI ROLAND TOLENTINO Bulatlat.com Sino ang hindi nabubuhay sa fantasya sa kasalukuyang panahon? Fantasya ng mga hubad at halos hubong babae at lalake sa panahon ng bikini at model searches. Fantasya ng maging next big star. Fantasya...

Saturday, December 16th, 2006

Making It Hit Closer to Home

Kasaysayan ang Magpapawalang-sala sa Akin Filipino translation of Fidel Castro’s History will Absolve Me by Carl C. Ala Published by AMISTAD 63 pages 2006 carries a double significance for AMISTAD. Aside from marking the 80th birthday of...

Saturday, December 16th, 2006

ATB, an Arm of Greater Terror – Senator Madrigal

Citing the danger of a repressive regime using an Anti-Terror Bill to create a shadow criminal justice system which, in turn, will be used as an instrument of a greater terror perpetrated by people in power against...

Saturday, December 16th, 2006

The New Roman Empire

Out of studies on the Roman Empire in the New Testament especially the Book of Revelation, I follow a thesis that the United States of America has become today’s New Roman Empire. BY BP. ERME R. CAMBA...

Thursday, December 14th, 2006

Women Groups Unite vs Arroyo’s Chacha

BY Bulatlat.com Posted 2:30 p.m., Dec. 14, 2006 Representatives of various women’s groups and other women personalities gathered in a press conference at Quezon City, Dec. 15, to register their participation in the mounting protests against the...

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