Category: NGOs

inquirer’s himala moment

… after “killing” Mary Jane Veloso in its headline and story of April 29, and its less than perfect “apology” of the 30th, the Inquirer followed up the fiasco with “A miracle happened” on the front page of its April … Continue reading

Posted in media, NGOs, OFWs

roby’s romance with “freedom”

last october katrina was in the audience of tedxdiliman, the first in manila that was open to the public, sort of (one had to ask to be invited).  having watched ted videos before via joel, i had high expectations and … Continue reading

Posted in freedom, NGOs

PEACe bond-holders on warpath

when i first heard that the interest earned by Peace bond-holders’ would be taxed 20% by the BIR, contrary to the tax-exempt promise 10 years ago, my reaction was, ha?  why the bondholders?  why not CODE-NGO whose scheme / scam … Continue reading

dinky soliman, NGOs, peace bonds

Peace Bond ghost to haunt Soliman by Alvin Capino When returning Social Welfare and Development Secretary Dinky Soliman goes through the wringer at the Commission on Appointments, we can expect her to be asked interesting questions not only about her … Continue reading


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