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Following numerous reports of maltreatment by employers and even deaths, the government has suspended the deployment of workers to Kuwait. The cases are being investigated to determine the Philippines’ final move. Previous bans in other countries have been reversed.

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At the rate senators and congressmen are going their separate ways, they’re tearing up the Republic.

 

 

The senators are correct: if bicameral approval is needed for every piece of legislation, from the annual national budget to renaming a street, how much more a revision of the Constitution?

The Senate approved on second reading last week three major international treaties that will officially bind the Philippines on multilateral and on bilateral basis with the contracting country partners.

In a recent column I wrote that I believed that federalism is not the answer to our nation’s government woes. In fact, this might just give way to a whole new beast and whole new set of problems.

William Shakespeare once wrote, “The very substance of the ambitious is merely the shadow of a dream.” We have been dreaming for a better Philippines. Is this being too ambitious?

William Shakespeare once wrote, “The very substance of the ambitious is merely the shadow of a dream.” We have been dreaming for a better Philippines. Is this being too ambitious?

A number of “born again Christians” are now posting and sharing on social media, news articles and commentaries about how certain members of Congress mocked and ridiculed Supreme Court lawyer & CPA Jocelyn Fabian for her profession of faith and for expounding on her Christian beliefs as the basis for her career related decisions and choices.

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