A witness, a certain Roger Reyes Rodriguez linked all three separate households claiming that he was brought by Ruben Saluta from one house to another in search of a gun that he liked.
Month: March 2015
Aquino is Pontius Pilate in urban poor’s ‘kalbaryo’
“End the calvary of the people. Aquino should resign.”
The worsening ‘toxic’ work condition of Filipino nurses
There are 200,000 unemployed nurses in the country. Yet those who work in government and private hospitals are overworked and underpaid.
‘Army told us to let mining company in’ — farmer
“We know the government would surely force us to accept the company by using force, but we will never give up our right to these resources.”
Love is not just about you and I
the calmed weather did not calm her weary heart as the pages of the calendar changed their faces and blew away the leaves of so many yesterdays buried from a dreadful past, paralyzed from the memories that played on loops until the voices of madness devoured her sanity, watching the linoleum floor ripples like ocean…
Aquino’s ‘last word’ on Mamasapano, the writing on the wall?
By Carol Pagaduan-Araullo Streetwise | BusinessWorld President Benigno S. C. Aquino III’s speech at the PNPA graduation was meant to write finis to the public uproar over the bloody, botched counterterrorist operation in Mamasapano, Maguindanao. Instead it only managed to further rile a people sick and tired of the finger-pointing, the obfuscation and lies about…
Right and wrong
By LUIS V. TEODORO Vantage Point | BusinessWorld As a leading member of the Cabinet, Justice Secretary Leila de Lima can rightly be accused of involvement in a Malacañang-orchestrated effort to shield President Benigno S. C. Aquino III from liability for the poorly-planned, badly-executed Oplan Exodus when she practically described the Senate report on that…
P-Noy’s accountability on Mamasapano tragedy
By Satur C. Ocampo At Ground Level | The Philippine Star “What decisions did I make? My decisions were based on information available to me at the time, and that’s how I want to be judged.” That’s how President Aquino premised his “tell-all” speech last Thursday about the tragic Oplan Exodus counterterrorism operation in Mamasapano,…
Sing-along with the BS
Will these questions be ever answered?
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective During his speech at the commencement ceremonies at the Philippine National Police Academy, Pres. Benigno Aquino III again refused to apologize for the bungled operations that left 44 SAF police officers, 18 Moro rebel fighters, and five civilian dead and asked instead for “understanding.” He said he was fed the…
Indigenous leaders harassed
“We are disgusted at the lengths that the military would go to impede us from seeking and asserting our rights.”