By Jesus FalcisAs seen on the March 2020 issue of Philippine Tribune We all know that ABS-CBN’s franchise or authority to operate a television network will expire by end of March, 2020. We all know that President Duterte hates ABS CBN and he controls Congress with his super majority allies and surrogates. The House of […]
By Bernie V. LopezAs seen on the March 2020 issue of Philippine Tribune The report that the new coronavirus is an American bio-warfare initiative is pure conspiracy theory. The post cites ‘suspicions.’ Harvard’s illegal DNA sampling of “Hundreds of Thousands” of Chinese is hard to believe. Hundreds of thousands given DNA tests at the cost […]
By Rene SaguisagAs seen on the March 2020 issue of Philippine Sentinel First, it was Corona Virus reminding us of an outstanding Atenean, Chief Justice Rene Corona. Now, we have Favilavir, reminding us of an Outstanding Bedan, Peter Favila. It is supposed to be a new Chinese drug to fight the VFA, Virus from America. […]
By Evelyn OpilasAs seen on the November 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel September 26, 2019 is a sad day. However way the amended Abortion LawReform Bill seems to have been packaged, the Bill, soon to become law, stillsanctions what I, a reasonable Catholic, pro-life individual would consider as the abuse, disrespect, injury to society’s […]
As seen on the October 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel Japan has always refused Muslims to live permanently in their country and they cannot own any real estate or any type of business, and have banned any worship of Islam. Any Muslim tourist caught spreading the word of Islam is deported immediately, including all […]
OPINION: The China SyndromeBy Luis H. FranciaAs seen on the August, 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel On the night of June 9, a fishing boat—the Gem-Ver I, owned and operated by Filipinos—was operating in the waters off Spratly Islands, well within the coastal waters claimed by the Republic of the Philippines, and a three-day […]
6 April 2019 ━ As I write this article, the eight centuries old, medieval Catholic Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris is in flames. According to the BBC, the spire and the roof have collapsed but the main frame of the building is still intact. Notre Dame de Paris, as it is simply called is […]
Born to a Filipino father and Italian mother, 56 years old Cesar Altieri Sayoc, Jr. grew up with hardly a memory of his father who abandoned him as a child. With no father to look up to, Sayoc searched the wilderness for a father figure.
Caloocan Bishop Pablo Virgilio David has asked the public to pray for President Rodrigo Duterte, whom he described as a “very sick man.”
For the past several years, the prospect of Chinese invasion of the Philippines has instilled fear among Filipinos. They remember the Japanese invasion in 1942.
With the renewed relationship that’s growing between President Duterte and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, there is a lot of goodwill that has been going on between the two countries.
Forty-six years ago, President Ferdinand Marcos signed Proclamation 1081, suspending the writ of habeas corpus and declaring martial law, initiating a 14-year reign by the power-hungry and corrupt autocrat. Very quickly Imelda Romualdez Marcos became a center of power in her own right, leading to what pundits described as His and Hers governments.