Father Rocky’s Street Children

January 20, 2019
Years ago, they were malnourished, shabby, and frightened children whom Father Rocky Evangelista rescued from the streets. The good priest took them under his care at the Tuloy Foundation hoping to transform them into responsible contributing members of society.

Corpus orders Criminal Investigation and Detection Group to step-up crackdown vs partisan armed groups, loose firearms

January 20, 2019
PHILIPPINE National Police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group director, Chief Superintendent Amador V. Corpus has ordered a more aggressive campaign against partisan armed groups, loose firearms and organized crime syndicate in the country this year as part of the CIDG’s effort to help ensure a peaceful and orderly May 13 national and local elections and most importantly, battle criminality.

The mysterious case of the Phantom killer

January 20, 2019
In some of the worst we have a nefarious agent of doom that has managed to kill and kill again, only to vanish into history and mystery. One of the most famous of these is a case that involves a strange masked intruder, who went on a killing spree to leave a town completely paralyzed by fear, and who has never been caught. This is the tale of the Phantom Killer.

Parents allowing their kids to be involved in dugs must be jailed

I’M saying this in the wake of growing cases of young kids being accosted for involvement in illegal drug activities in the country, obviously being left to fend for themselves by their parents or guardians, all adult Filipinos who really doesn’t care if their children won’t go to school and mingle with the bad company that usually brings headache to our authorities.

Duterte’s drug war

January 19, 2019
Duterte needs to hit hard at those involved in the illegal drugs business if he wants to fulfill his promise to transform the Philippines into a drug-free country before June 30, 2022.

Asking the right questions

January 19, 2019
ONE of my favorite comedy scenes involves Peter Sellers as Inspector Clouseau. He checks into an inn and sees a dog on the lobby floor. He asks the doddering, pipe-smoking innkeeper “Does your dog bite?” The innkeeper says “Nope.” Clouseau bends down to pet the dog, which suddenly growls, jumps up and bites his gloved hand. Clouseau, shaken, tells the innkeeper, “I thought you said your dog doesn’t bite!” The innkeeper replied nonchalantly, “That is not my dog.”

A bigger challenge

January 18, 2019
“Dapat tumulong din sa gobyerno ang mga taong sumira at patuloy na sumisira sa Manila Bay para maibalik ang ganda ng isa sa paboritong pasyalan ng mga turista,” said an elderly.

The Feast of Sto. Niño

“TO look into some aspects of the future, we do not need projections by supercomputers. Much of the next millennium can be seen in how we care for our children today. Tomorrow’s world may be influenced by science and technology, but more than anything; it is already taking shape in the bodies and minds of our children” (Kofi Annan, Former United Nations Secretary General).