Filipino people should learn their lessons about their past. They should learn now to express their humanity to find hope and peace in these times of crises and worries. They should be considerate towards people. As well, they should uphold moral integrity and respect to other people. They should show some concerns about other people in the country with compassion, love, and mercy. However, all... [Read More]
Telecommunication companies, such as Globe and Smart, could hardly secure local permits to build their infrastructure to augment their communication and connection services. This circumstance happened because local officials and regulators made it hard for them to obtain permits.
Senator Grace Poe urged these Telecommunication companies to mention names to those local officials and regulators... [Read More]
The Philippines has been one of the countries to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Its government has been implementing guidelines and regulations to administer rapid and swab tests and other types of medical examinations in particular. Along with the Department of Health, Inter-Agency Task Force, and other government agencies, the Philippine government has been integrating methods and procedures... [Read More]
Other's Vantage Point
The Daily Tribune (TDT) took its side of the argument bit by bit. It highlighted that the Anti-Terrorism Bills (Senate Bill 1083 and House Bill 6875) underwent “tremendous deliberations in the Senate.” If this statement was the case, then there should be no loopholes of the Bill. If the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 was a correction for the Human Security Act of 2007,... [Read More]
The Tribune’s Side
The report from The Daily Tribune (TDT) concerning the Anti-Terrorism Bills (Senate Bill 1083 and House Bill 6875) charged ABS-CBN of misinformation. Before we proceed, we need to define what misinformation is.
The term “misinformation” refers to incorrect or imprecise information. For example, people commit this misinformation when they spread false rumors, do... [Read More]
On July 3, 2020, the President of the Philippines Rodrigo R. Duterte signed the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 known as the Republic Act No. 11479. This Act intends to inhibit, outlaw, and punish terrorism in the Philippines (1). In other words, the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020, in general, would curtail any actions and measures that promote terrorism.
What Covers the Anti-Terrorism Act of... [Read More]
Kung ang imong uyab gusto na ug espasyo, usa lang ang gusto niya. She wants to end her relationship with you. Gusto na niyang makigbulag sa imoha kay dili na siguro niya makaya makig-uban pa kanimo. Maybe, she has seen someone else, that is why, she wants to escape her current relationship with you, diba? Dautan usab kaayo kung mao kana ang rason. Makigbulag lang kay naa nay lain. Kundatan lang... [Read More]
In the Philippines, the concept of Social Distancing has been around for months. Government leaders and healthcare experts joined in their mission to curb the COVID-19. They formed groups and worked together to enforce laws to instruct all people to stay indoors. People could not go outside and assemble some groups with friends to flatten the COVID-19 . They could not even go to the cinemas,... [Read More]