Before I put up that section that Sam wants, the family conversations "too hilarious not to be shared with the entire world," I want to say something about Speedy. And I want to say it now because once the section that Sam wants is up (it's mostly about her father's . . .
It's good to be back. I traveled through hell, you know, and made it back. Here. It started exactly a month ago. I was doing some geeky things to the food blog, did something wonderfully right and things turned out awfully wrong. "Wonderfully right" means traffic tripled. . . .
For days, I've been reading and watching the news about the government's efforts to stay the execution of the three Filipinos who had been sentenced to death for smuggling heroin into China. I'm sure that the government, especially the Vice President who has been very much . . .
There. I said death, not suicide. Lots of reasons. I had to read all the new reports I could find after agreeing to do a TV interview. And, to answer a reader (on the FB page of my food blog) who's wondering if the recent spate of TV appearances means I'm giving TV a "go" . . .
The crime was committed in June 1991 when Estrellita, Carmela and Jennifer Vizconde were killed at their house. Suspects were arrested, confessions were signed but the case was dismissed. In 1995, on the strength of an "eyewitness" account, eight young men -- Hubert Jeffrey . . .
Dean Marvic Leonen was at the forefront of a call for the resignation of Supreme Court justice Mariano del Castillo for plagiarism. The Supreme Court itself absolved Del Castillo then lashed at the 37 members of the U.P. Law faculty who signed the statement calling for his . . .
Much as I'd like to write about something -- anything -- else, I can't seem to do it. I had a birthday party over the weekend and we talked about the plagiarism in the Supreme Court scandal. I go to Facebook and we talk about the same thing. Online and offline, the topic . . .
First of all, an amnesty is not a pardon. You have to be be convicted first before getting pardoned. Erap was pardoned. But this isn't about Erap. This is about Antonio Trillanes IV and the other soldiers on trial for the Oakwood incident in 2003. For those unfamiliar with . . .
So, Carlos Celdran of the Intramuros walking tour fame is in jail. Wearing a Jose Rizal costume, he walked up to the church altar during a mass holding a placard that says, "Damaso." The message is clear. He is calling the Catholic clergy tyrants for its anti-reproductive . . .
Not to indulge in gossip but, as a lawyer, I don't get it. If, as their oldest daughter claims and as the wife confirms, "The details of the annulment of Robin Padilla's marriage to Liezl Sicangco in Australia are now being finalized," then the marriages of both parties to . . .