A Dead Horse Nicknamed Chacha

“The advent of the pandemic has made economic liberalization even riskier.” I dislike the saying “flogging to death a dead horse,” which means a particular effort is a waste of time as there will be no useful outcome coming out of that exercise of so much energy. It’s an idiom that is anti-animal rights and …

A Different Kind of Love

‘What has sustained Senator Leila de Lima and activist Myles Albasin in detention is the love of their families and friends, different from the romantic relationships we celebrate on Valentine’s Day but probably more fruitful’ On this Valentine’s Day, in the midst of a pandemic, I pay tribute to Leila de Lima and Myles Albasin, …

Hope Because of Servant Leaders

“We need leaders who will serve selflessly and with integrity.” In this last and final installment of the series “Servant Leader Leni Robredo” by Professor Ed Garcia, I highlight the final comments of Professor Garcia about the need for a new breed of heroes who serve silently and risk their lives for the service of …

Fighting Back for the People

“Such is the dumbing down of politics in our midst.” The day Vice-President Leni Robredo was sacked as Inter-Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs co-chair by the President, barely a little more than two weeks on the job, Professor Ed Garcia wrote “Fight Back, Filipino”. Published in the book “Servant Leader Leni Robredo,” Garcia argues how …

VP Leni and the War Against Drugs

“Courage, competence, commitment, and compassion.” The second part of the book “Servant Leader: Leni Robredo” by Ed Garcia revolves around Vice President Leni Robredo’s engagement with the government’s flagship program – the fight against illegal drugs. Against expectations, VP Leni accepted President Duterte’s dare to lead the campaign. In this essay, Ed Garcia says that …

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