FLASHBACK to 27 years ago. Marcos vs. Manglapus, G.R. No. 88211, September 15, 1989, 177 SCRA 668. It is the Philippine Supreme Court (SC) Decision that law students are taught and recite on regarding “residual unstated powers” of the President.
The first Musical Journey with Heroes event will happen on August 20, 7-10 PM at the Auditorium of the Bantayog ng mga Bayani Foundation EDSA corner Quezon Avenue and will feature acoustic performances from LAPIS musician-composers Chickoy Pura, Jana Garcia, Ada Marie Tayao, Dedong Marcelino, Karl Ramirez at ang Pordalab, and more.
“You cannot achieve national unity by causing disunity and resentment among your friends, your followers, and the many thousands of aggrieved Filipinos whose sorrows have no graves. You cannot bury the past by burying the man who oppressed countless people and ruined the future of their families, their widows, and children.”
“The question may be asked, are we not willing to forgive and reconcile with those who caused us so much grief and misery?”
Catch the play Inang Lupa, Inang Bayan featuring Marili Fernandez-Ilagan and Teresa Opaon-Ali’s Sanlibongan and Bonifacio Ilagan’s Hindi Na Muli at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani from March 14-17, 2016 7PM. For more information, please contact Bantayog.
Filipino composers and musicians came together for the #NeverForgetMartialLaw concert.
A declaration of unity by the Never Again! Never Forget! Movement on December 10, 2015 at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani Center.
As iconic as Voltes V may have been during his time, Imao recognizes the fact that today’s generation may not be too familiar with the ‘70s Japanese animated series, and in the same vein, what took place during Martial Law.
“Where is the moral responsibility to own up and return the loot? If our child steals something from a kid next door, don’t we apologize and get our child to return the stolen goods?”
Pol Medina Jr talks about Bongbong, Imelda, and Ferdinand in the following politically inspired Pugad Baboy comic strips which he made for Rappler.