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Rage against state terror

FOURTEEN farmers were dead after police conducted “legitimate operations” in different towns in Negros Oriental last March 30. Eight were killed in Canlaon City,...

Politically-driven

BY JANESS ANN J. ELLAO SINCE the arrest and eventual posting of bail of news site Rappler’s chief Maria Ressa, Malacañang’s spin doctors have been...

Better in 2019: What a year taught young activists

By VINZ SIMON WHY DOES the new year feel like the old one? A quick review of the issues that hog the headlines shows a...

In 2019, Charter Change may ‘unite’ the few and the powerful

WHEN THE few and the powerful are celebrating over what is portrayed as a feat to uplift the lives of the Filipino people, ordinary...

No letup in the attacks against Lumad children, supporters

“UMALIS kayo diyan. Sabihin ko diyan sa mga Lumad ngayon, umalis kayo diyan. Bobombahan ko ‘yan. Isali ko ‘yang mga istruktura ninyo.” These were the...

Rape as state violence

BY ANNE MARXZE UMIL THE RECENT incident of rape involving a member of the Philippine National Police (PNP) is enraging. But what is even more...

Rule of law or law of the rulers?

PROGRESSIVES, the marginalized, and the poor have often drawn much undeserved flak for purportedly not following the “laws” of the land. Why are they...

Forbid, threaten the youth against joining CPP? It only makes it cool to join

IF GOVERNMENT troops want to prevent our youth from joining the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), they must refrain from pushing the youth...

A fantastic plot like no other

FOR THE past weeks, the Duterte administration has been weaving a rather absurd narrative of unholy alliances between and among various political parties purportedly...

Are we turning into a nation of bullies yet cowards?

WHAT HAS become of us? The internet, and with it, social media, that was supposed to expand the platforms where people could exercise their freedom...

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