Sid was at the mortars with several warriors, directing fire, when he saw a group of Islamists rushing by, not noticing their position.
“Hey, look,” Sid whispered, grabbing his BAR. 3,906 more words
The topic of extrajudicial killings (EJKs) has been dominating headlines recently, because of the number of fatalities in President Duterte’s brutal crackdown on drugs. It is a hot issue both domestically but has also gained traction in the international news media. 414 more words
Many people had expressed their experiences or opinions about Martial Law during Ferdinand Marcos’ time. It was said that those who were actually alive during that time said that Ferdinand Marcos was a… 681 more words
Karen entered the yellow coach.
“Tex?” she asked quietly. As she approached the bedroom door, she could hear him breathing, fast asleep. She slid the door open quietly, looking around in the bedroom, waiting for the flash back of Lily to hit her. 3,830 more words
Guest post by John M. Collins; 16 March 2017.
“Emergency” paints a picture of a fire. Crown attorneys in seventeenth-century England often compared prerogative powers with the king’s right to destroy property in areas that, if left alone, would inevitably fuel a fire’s continuation. 2,115 more words