By Elyjah Jann Rosales

When President Rodrigo Duterte formed an anti-communist task force, the national government’s intimidation campaign against progressives escalated. Now, it is spreading to virtual classes.

In Bulacan State University (BulSU), a class linked to the Reserved Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program became an avenue for red-tagging.


There will be no absolution to the state that terrorizes its people with barbarism.

While the mass graves erected under his failed war on drugs and the continued oppression by his lapdogs in the police and military remains, President Rodrigo Duterte has declared the Anti-Terrorism bill and its draconian provisions…

The claws of the tyrants manifested again when the press was dragged into enemy trenches where rifles take the form of laws.

After two cease-and-desist orders against ABS-CBN that have impaired its broadcast operations, a committee of the House of Representatives denied the leading network a franchise, inflicting another injury…

by Eriell Estrada

The busiest thoroughfare in the country currently facing vehicular and structural congestion once served as an arena for dissent.

More than a decade in the making, activists expressed their collective voices to oust the regime of Ferdinand Marcos.

EDSA, named after historian Epifanio de los Santos, sheltered…

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