Make ‘Ilonggopoly’ accountable

Their commercial excess, industrial overstretch gave birth to anti-trust laws that require publicly-listed companies to be owned by small stockholders whose income come from money paid by consumers who purchase their products or services. They must also explain how they spend their money.

Make ‘Ilonggopoly’ accountable

Their commercial excess, industrial overstretch gave birth to anti-trust laws that require publicly-listed companies to be owned by small stockholders whose income come from money paid by consumers who purchase their products or services. They must also explain how they spend their money.

‘Ilonggoligarchs’ 

Political analysts and social scientists agree that oligarchs would always exist in any society because they have self-seeking members bent on influencing decision makers and policy enforcers to protect their businesses and finances from competition and state intervention.

Religious intolerance and crucifix ban

The partylist congressman’s constituents are  supposedly the urban poor, but he admits he unabashedly represents the interest of the sect, which insists that the crucifix is not to be venerated because it is “a curse, a symbol of shame, and an instrument of the death” of Jesus Christ on the cross.

Challenges of MM water concessionaires

These past few days have left us all with a profound sense of humility in the face of nature's destructive power. For years, we operated under the belief that we could continue consuming our planet's natural resources, without consequence. We were wrong.—The Day After Tomorrow

‘Completely unlawful, unjustified?'; Financial transparency and media unbound

But since the scalding, provocative remarks were made by a top official of the only super-power bent on projecting its awesome military might in the Asia-Pacific where the former has tremendous economic and other strategic interests, China, which has its own vast economic and strategic interests in the region, can’t help but let out a mouthful against Uncle Sam.    

Demolition derby committee

Shepherded by Rep. Rodante Marcoleta (Sagip partylist), Rep. Crispin Remulla (Cavite), and Defensor (Anakalusugan partylist), anti-ABS CBN congressmen subjected representatives of ABS-CBN and the government institutions that gave the network a clean bill of health a merciless badgering, bullying and “browbeating” for a total of 30 hours or 67 percent of the time spent on interpellations.

If it burns, it sickens, kills

But technology and industry apparently have not reached a level of sophistication or even just plain good sense to fully switch to bio-fuels to address public health concerns like air pollution and other forms of environmental degradation,