The Lies of the 1934-1935 Constitutional Convention

"The summer of 2007 in the Philippines was a date with history.

Like a detective, I did some exercise in disjunctive syllogism, the one that I taught in many convent schools, catholic colleges and seminaries, and in graduate school. Now I can announce: I did some sleuthing regarding the proceedings of the 1934-35 Constitutional Convention.

I pored over the records kept at the Lyceum Library, the National Library, the Supreme Court Library, and the Laurel Foundation Library." Read more >>>

The Making of Tagalog As National Language

Estetika ti pannakidangadang ti sumagmamano nga agtutubo a mannaniw iti iluko