Editorial

TWENTY Eleven came to a stormy close when a rare tropical typhoon devastated two Mindanao coastal cities and killed thousands of residents as they slept.

 

IF the Senate votes today on whether to impeach Chief Justice Renato Corona or not, a fearless forecast of pundits is that the accused will take a walk.

 

FOR the first time in Philippine annals, a sitting chief justice has been impeached by the House of Representatives, by a majority vote of members allied with President Benigno Aquino.

 

IN principle, President Noynoy Aquino, and every citizen indeed, has the right to criticize the decisions of the Supreme Court.

AFTER 25 years of tacitly blessing and abetting the holding of Simbang Gabi (Night Masses) every Christmas season at the Philippine Center in mid-Manhattan, the Archdiocese of New York abruptly decided to put an end to this beautiful tradition, contending these Masses are “celebrated outside a sacred place of worship.”

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