Books, books, books

June 19, 2020
And so we fully agree with qn strongly support Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto in  calling for a "one book to onestudent" ratio in public schools, saying that a complete set of textbooks at home is needed by children to cope with online classes.

Radio veritas 4pm deliverance prayer

AS our Philippine COVID-19 data is released daily every after 4pm, let us join Radio Veritas in collectively offering during this time a nationwide deliverance prayer to SAN ROQUE [St. Roch] our Patron Saint against Plagues, and ask through his intercession the healing of those afflicted by COVID-19 and our continued protection against this plague/disease. And, on his Feast Day [August 16] let’s pray our country’s deliverance from this health crisis.

Fight not over

June 19, 2020
DESPITE the easing of community quarantine restrictions in many parts of the Philippines, government efforts to fight the dreaded COVID-19 should still enjoy the support of the people.

Alas, Manila has a thinking mayor

Since its inception about a month ago, the new online system of payment in Manila for various kinds of transactions has earned praises from Filipinos here and abroad, not only for the convenience it offers but moreso because it helps one avoid mingling with crowds and exposing themselves to getting infected by COVID-19.

Paghusayin mo pa, Judge Nelda Montesa

HINDI na tayo nagtataka mga kabayan na matapos ilabas ni Manila RTC Branch 46 presiding judge, Hon. Rainelda ‘Nelda’ Estacio-Montesa ang kanyang hatol na ‘guilty’ dito kina Maria Rehas, ehek, Ressa, at, researcher/writer, Reynaldo Santos Jr. ng “Rappler” noong Lunes, siya naman ang “pinutakti” at “nilapastangan” ng mga komunista, mga pekeng peryodista at iba pang sanay nang “sumalaula” sa ating mga batas at proseso, sa loob at labas ng bansa.

Housing industry

June 18, 2020
PEOPLE get this feeling that the housing industry will touch the uptrend with the recent resumption of construction works in public and private infrastructure projects in the Philippines.

Internet inhibitors

June 17, 2020
And so fully agree with and arrongly support a very discerning lady lawmaker in decrying the government's seeming lack of urgency in improving the slow internet speed in the country amid a clear global shift to digital solutions that could keep life going in the time of 2019 coronavirus disease pandemic.

School Year 2020-21 can be so messy

June 17, 2020
Every school opening is usually plagued with lack of teachers, classrooms, and textbooks. But this school year is vastly different – so many daunting challenges beset the shift to digital and distance learning to replace traditional face-to-face classes amid the pandemic.