Author: Sonny Pulgar

All Rise

Of all the three branches in republican government, the judiciary is unique. It is described thus because the persons appointed in it are insulated from the people’s popular approval. Unlike the legislative and the...

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Quo Vadis Quezon?

Now that the sound and the fury of the May 2004 elections have dissipated, where is Quezon going?It is not going to the dogs as some of us fear, but our fears are certainly real since we are going straight not to the wailing and...

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Anti-Poor Supreme Court

The Constitution mandates that the Supreme Court shall promulgate rules and regulations that foster inexpensive litigation and the rendition of justice is conveniently made available to all. Thus, it shall (p)romulgate rules...

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Deadbolt

Crimes increase as education, opportunity, and property decrease. Whatever spreads ignorance, poverty and, discontent causes crime…. Criminals have their own responsibility, their own share of guilt, but they are merely...

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When Summer is Gone

For those approaching half a century, gary lewis and the playboys made that monster hit ” i’ll see you in september ” The rains are with us already indicating the fading of summer. To everything there is a...

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People’s Voice Again

With the coming elections in May, 2004, the people once again are excited since they reaffirm their supreme rule. They crane their neck in knowing who the candidates are. This coming electoral exercise is unique because the...

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