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Absolutism, the modern disease

The word is defined as follows: the acceptance of or belief in absolute principles in political, philosophical, ethical, or theological matters.

It appears to me that we live in an age of absolute beliefs or opinions. 1,168 more words

Happy Birthday, Ben Franklin!

Ben Franklin was born on this day in 1706.

He began his incredible journey as a newspaper apprentice.  He quickly learned that he did not want to set the print for others to write, he wanted to write himself.   274 more words

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Will Shinzo Abe use North Korea to change Japan's Constitution?

Written by Donna Weeks.

On the morning of November 29th in Tokyo, the breaking news was not Kim Jong-Un firing another missile but that sumo grand champion Haruma Fuji had announced his retirement following a week of the scandal surrounding an alleged attack on a junior wrestler. 889 more words


What Brought Us Trump?

Whether you felt he did well as President or not, Jimmy Carter is an intelligent man who is capable of seeing the bigger picture. A rare trait. 328 more words


Duterte referred Rappler as "outlet of Fake News"

After the revocation of business licence of Rappler – a social media based news platform by the Security and Exchange Commission, the President himself in a Military event at Davao City call Rappler as an “outlet of Fake News” 108 more words

To be or not to be

Even after a statute is condemned to the gallows for it violates a Fundamental Right , it leaves much work to be done. No, it’s nothing to do with the dead corpse. 375 more words

Journal 01.16.2018

Papa: Piliin mo na yung mga librong kailangan mo pa kasi dadalhin ko na sa junkshop yung iba.


Me: Huh? (Habang hawak ang isang kopya ng 1987 Constitution ni Nolledo.) Bakit itatapon? 106 more words