“This tandem will have disastrous impacts on our democracy and our quality of life as Filipinos, considering their bloody, corrupt, and anti-people records.”
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By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective “Change is coming.” That was the campaign teaser of Rodrigo Roa Duterte when he was running for president. His campaign slogan, mass appeal, straightforwardness and image of a man of action swept him to the presidency. President Duterte hit the ground running. He pushed the peace talks with the National…
By DEE AYROSO
Most of those who voted to reject Judy Taguiwalo were President Duterte’s allies.
By DEE AYROSO
“It is the rejection of the kind of DSWD that genuinely served the poor and marginalized.”
Sotto, in his reference to the social convention which frames solo parenthood, highlights the former’s low blow on the matter. That single mothers are the kind of women who would be sexed up and left alone to handle post-coital conditions is what the phrase “naano lang yan” means. The phrase is actually a category, a stereotype of women.
On Wednesday, three progressive Cabinet members — Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Gina Lopez, Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo, and Agrarian Reform Secretary Rafael Mariano — will be up for confirmation by the powerful Commission on Appointments (CA). They have been twice bypassed by the CA and subsequently twice reappointed in the interim by President…
Incoming Agrarian Reform Secretary Rafael Mariano and incoming Social Welfare and Development Secretary Judy Taguiwalo vowed to continue serving the people. Mariano said he would strengthen the possession of farmer-beneficiaries to the lands while Taguiwalo said she would ensure that the services and programs of government actually reach the people.
By INA ALLECO R. SILVERIO Bulatlat.com MANILA — If novelist, poet and national hero Jose Rizal was alive today, would he be joining the protests against human rights violations and the continuing deterioration of the Filipino people’s economic well-being? Chances are, yes. Last week, University of the Philippines professors Judy Taguiwalo and Sarah Raymundo posited…