We’re with you in this journey, Mr. President, but where is our destination?
This was one of the questions asked of some aspirants to the Supreme Court by the vetting body, the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC). Here are imagined answers to real questions, thanks to Wikileaks of the mind.
Last week, for three consecutive days, 19 justices, judges and lawyers vying for the Supreme Court experienced an American Idol moment.
“Are we seeing the demise of ethics and values?” This was the gloomy question posed by the Management Association of the Philippines in its recent forum.
The Court paved the way for the country’s first automated elections. But two election cases blot this record.
Here are some of Merceditas Gutierrez’s entries in her diary leading up to her resignation and after, courtesy of Wikileaks of the mind.
Here’s my message to those who have been wrongly identified as senior citizens: Don’t fret!
This South Asian giant is not our historical nor cultural kin but there are striking similarities between our supreme courts.
Aside from the fact that their names rhyme, they have one other thing in common: they don’t know when to step down.
What is on Gloria Macapagal Arroyo’s mind? Here’s another Wikileaks of the mind, downloading the former president’s thoughts in a letter to her embattled ally, Ombudsman Merceditas Gutierrez.
That’s the short title of this blog. The full title is: How justices can avoid meeting with litigants, their counsels, and parties with vested interest in pending cases so they can stay true to their judicial code of conduct.
Philhealth’s capitation fund: yet another source of abuse?
Bogus claims haunt Philhealth
Compassionate care eludes post-abortion patients
Desperate women seek desperate measures
‘Hello, Garci’ officer returns to intel community
Leaked copy of PNoy’s ‘SONA’
Our Beijing envoy
Quiet protest at the DOTC
Your war, our fatal assumptions
Celebrating the power of the human spirit
Of book writing and Chocolate Kiss-ing
I could have done a Vargas