Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about a new political thriller, and what the Philippines may learn from it.
There is a new TV series on Netflix. So this one is smart. It is called Occupied.
In this Teditorial, Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about a naturally fine race.
Before every election we get the usual BS about the candidates' stand on such silly subjects as divorce or same-sex marriage.
Teddy Locsin Jr. talks about a future when machines dominate men, but isn't that future here already?
In this Teditorial, Teddy Locsin, Jr. talks about the value of marriage.
Voters in the United States and the Philippines are often told about the results of popularity surveys. But how exactly do Filipino candidates manage to get higher ratings than others?
In this Teditorial, Teddy Locsin, Jr. reflects on the nuggets of wisdom the Catholic Faithful have been hearing from their leaders at the International Eucharistic Congress.
Teddy Locsin Jr. shares his thought over sentiments the Mamasapano incident is to blame for the government's failure to pass the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL). - The World Tonight, ANC, 28 January 2016
The Supreme Court has dismissed a petition, seeking to include the option "none of the above" among Filipinos' choices in their ballots in the May elections. Teddy Locsin Jr. had been toying with that idea, and talks about it in tonight's Teditorial.