Teditorial: Another sovereign surrender

The government faced up to China in the maritime dispute over the West Philippine Sea, but cowered and gave in over a murder on Philippine soil. Teddy Locsin, Jr. ponders what the country really stands up for in tonight's Teditorial. 

War sharpens the mind

Posted at 10/31/2015 12:19 PM

James Holmes in Reuters reports that sailing an Aegis destroyer within 12 nautical miles of Subi Reef only shows that Americans have as little use and regard as the Germans did for what the Germans called a mere scrap of paper like a treaty international law before invading neutral Belgium. 

Teditorial: Luuv is spooky

In tonight's Teditorial, Teddy Locsin, Jr. talks about the spooky connection between couples.

Teditorial: Women will win again

Teddy Locsin, Jr. talks about a Russian scientist who claims to have found the secret to eternal life.

Teditorial: Late again

In tonight's Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about how pain and terror get passed on from one generation to the next. 

More killed by traffic

Posted at 09/03/2015 5:29 PM

My daughter texted me that a woman's mother died on EDSA because the ambulance taking her to ER could not make it through the traffic caused by the 5-day people power rally of the INC and not by Abaya and Tolentino over the previous 900 days of equally horrid traffic when no ambulance could get through as well.

Religion and democracy

Posted at 09/02/2015 8:17 PM

FOR 5 days, traffic on EDSA stalled and INC people power was blamed for it.


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BOYCOTT is the lazy way out of lousy electoral choices. Plus it has been interpreted as lazy opposition.

Teditorial: Nice work, peace panel

As the Bangsamoro Basic Law remains shelved in Congress, Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about the impact of passing the proposed legislation. 

Teditorial: So much greatness

In this Teditorial, Teddy Locsin, Jr. pays tribute to a female activist who has disappeared after criticizing the Islamic State.