PCSO: Robin Hood in reverse


By: Juan L. Mercado

“KEEPING It Simple” is an Inquirer editorial on Sen. Miriam Santiago’s bill: “Plain Language Act”. The paper backs the effort to reduce official gobbledygook.

“The efficacy of hydrochloric acid is indisputable but the corrosive residue



By: Wenceslao E. Mateo Jr.

Much ado about PCSO vehicles and the bishops

WITH the present conflict in the Spratlys islands between the Philippines and China, some people have started to be suspicious of the Filipino


By: Manny Canto

BARELY a month from now, the first flyover project will inaugurated here in Bacolod City. The Bridge Program of then President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

Rendezvous with history


By Artchil B. Fernandez

IT was not a flash in the pan after all. This was what the skeptics thought about the Azkals, the national football team of the country when it burst into the national scene late last year. Last Sunday before a crowd of 13,000 in the jam-packed Rizal Memorial Stadium

First collision

By Juan L. Mercado

“THERE are only two families in the world,” author of Don Quijote Miguel de Cervantes would muse. “The haves and the have-nots.”

The Malampaya Natural Gas Project, in Palawan, earned P77.1 billion over eight years.

Congressman Doctor

By: Manny Canto

IT was a fine Saturday morning when I got a chance to interview Rep. Anthony “Doc” Golez of the Lone District of Bacolod. He was in sports attire as he obviously came from his weekend physical fitness routine.