Golf, leadership,and opinion polls

Ramon J. Farolan - @inquirerdotnet 03/21/2022

The memoirs of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore’s founding father, are found in two volumes: the first, “The Singapore Story,” deals with the years under British colonial rule, Japanese occupation, the communist insurrection, racial riots, and other events…

Educated by the voters

Cielito F. Habito - @inquirerdotnet 12/07/2021

I always feel discomfort when I hear talk about the need for “voter education,” usually in the context of lamenting the nature of the candidates who tend to get the strongest support from the Filipino voting public.…

Ed Angara: The Lee Kuan Yew we never had

Oscar Franklin Tan 05/21/2018

Former Senate president Edgardo Angara’s life was not only celebrated by presidents and senators of every political leaning. It was even more touching to see a diversity of students and former staffers voice admiration on social media.…

Why the Marcos dictatorship failed

Jobers R. Bersales 09/21/2016

Yesterday was 44th anniversary of the start of dictatorial rule by late president Ferdinand Marcos, a one-man rule that would last until he was hurriedly whisked off Malacañang by forces of the United States in 1986. As…

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