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A Mother’s Day Rant

A Mother’s Day Rant
May 9, 2016

“Mother is God in the eyes of a child.” ~Rose Da Silva, Silent Hill The Movie While everyone’s going crazy over …Read the Rest

Scholarly study reveals Ateneans are the real ‘bobotantes’ of the Philippine electorate

Scholarly study reveals Ateneans are the real ‘bobotantes’ of the Philippine electorate
April 26, 2016

A study conducted by the Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) on the bobotante (stupid voter) phenomenon that plagues Philippine politics …Read the Rest

Introducing Modern Filipino (Taglish): A Mixed Language Befitting a Mixed-Race Nation

Introducing Modern Filipino (Taglish): A Mixed Language Befitting a Mixed-Race Nation
April 9, 2016

It’s about time we give Taglish, the bastardized version of Filipino/Tagalog, its rightful place and recognition in our society. Taglish …Read the Rest

The folly in Pag May Laya May Nilaga

The folly in <em>Pag May Laya May Nilaga</em>
April 7, 2016

The trouble with the Philippines is that it hinged all of its aspirations on one thing: being a “free” and …Read the Rest

Word Power (Not People Power) is the Cure to Filipino Dysfunction

Word Power (Not People Power) is the Cure to Filipino Dysfunction
April 7, 2016

Language is one of the most basic elements that define a culture or nation. For many countries, it is the …Read the Rest

3 Of The Biggest Ways Mar Roxas Doomed His Own Presidential Campaign

3 Of The Biggest Ways Mar Roxas Doomed His Own Presidential Campaign
March 29, 2016

It’s almost April ladies and gentlemen and it seems like that this year’s election is going to be an exciting …Read the Rest

The Tagalog language consists of words that hardly mean anything of substance

The Tagalog language consists of words that hardly mean anything of substance
March 22, 2016

Tagalog is a derivative of the Malay languages as Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasia Malaysia are. They are languages of experiences …Read the Rest

Use of Tagalog and other native dialects should be banned from Filipino political debates!

Use of Tagalog and other native dialects should be banned from Filipino political debates!
March 21, 2016

I watched Round 2 of the presidential debates (dubbed #PilipinasDebates2016) last night. It was really entertaining! Mar Roxas was clearly …Read the Rest

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