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NOU BA Comparative Government and Politics 2015 Question Paper

Nalanda Open University Annual Examination - 2015 B.A. Political Science (Honours), Part-II Paper-III (Comparative Government and Politics) Time: 3.00 Hrs. Full Marks: 80 Answer any Five questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Describe tradit...
by University Question Papers on Jul 29, 2016

NOU B.A Comparative Government and Politics Paper II 2015 Question Paper

Nalanda Open University Annual Examination - 2015 B.A. Political Science (Subsidiary), Part-II Paper-II (Comparative Government and Politics) Time: 3.00 Hrs. Full Marks: 80 Answer any Five questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. Define Compar...
by University Question Papers on Jul 29, 2016

AP U.S. Government and Politics Crash Course by Larry Krieger

AP U.S. Government and Politics Crash Course by Larry Krieger – Something that lenders use information (speaker) to support or strengthen statement firmly. Also known as a referral. References may use factual or non-factual. Reference..
by Best Novel Review on May 27, 2016

Kentucky Author Publishes New Murder Mystery Novel

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submitted by BooksAuthorsAndArtists.com   Press Release Distribution Louisville, KY – Books, Authors and Artists (BAA) is announcing the official release of the latest novel by Kentucky-based autho...
by Free PR Online on Jul 16, 2015

What Brilliant Filipino Law Students Can Do?

It is good to know that the law school of the Ateneo de Manila University includes legal internship in its curriculum.  I think UP College of Law students are also involved in free legal assistance and public interest cases through the … Cont...

Reforming the Philippine Bar Exam

I have been asked why I criticize the legal profession in the Philippines or target the mediocre Filipino lawyers a lot.  I think we need to be critical of lawyers in our country in general because they dominate every corner … Continue reading...

“Baby Bar Exam” in the Philippines?

I know many lawyers who cannot construct a complex sentence without an error in grammar, sense, or logic and who cannot write a coherent, clear, and readable affidavit in English without flaws.  I am embarrassed to call them “attorney”.

Reforming Legal Education in the Philippines

In our province, there is one or two brilliant lawyers who dominate the legal scene.  The rest are mediocre, passive, and unheard of.  There have been instances when the mediocre refuse to handle cases to avoid facing the brilliant in courts.  T...

Do We Need More Lawyers in the Philippines?

My blog topic this week is legal reform.  We need to revisit our existing laws–particularly the old ones–to find out if they need some cleaning up and to examine the legal system in the Philippines to see if it requires some … Con...

Is “Moro” or “Moros” Inappropriate and Disrespectful?

It looks like this is an important issue to many Muslims in Mindanao.  I find it petty, but still it has to be resolved before someone makes a mountain out of a molehill.  Come on, Guys.  There is nothing to … Continue reading →...

Moros Do Need A Mahatma

Are the ambitions of the unknown individuals in Muslim Mindanao who want to enter politics part of the Moro Problem?  Is arm struggle the only way to make themselves known?  Is the principle of non-violence that produces better results in … C...

Do Moros Hate Christians?

When I was still in high school, I had a terrifying experience with a couple of Muslim road robbers. They stopped our jeepney and took all our wallets.  Back then, “tulisan” (bandit) and “Moros” were synonymous. When the two...

Moro Oligarchy Is the Muslim Mindanao Problem

Let us not peddle false hopes and futile dreams.  People’s lives and future are at stake in this political gamble that is predictable.  We should not also waste taxpayers’ money for a solution to a problem that will not work.  Do R...

Bangsamoro: Another Mindless Experiment

There will never be peace in Muslim Mindanao because Filipino Muslims, generally, are not peaceful people.  We should learn from the lessons of history–their history full of accounts about village raid, sea piracy, and wanton pillage, and you...

Making the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Legally Binding

I am familiar of the scheming ways of the majority of Filipino politicians.  Those who are close to the Catholic Church are not keen to talk about abortion, euthanasia, divorce, and other issues that go against the teachings of the … Continue...

Right to Self-Preservation or Freedom from Harm

Excluding rights and freedoms from the pages of the Philippine Constitution is nothing but a denial of existing realities, and it cannot hide or make those truths disappear. It does not make sense to me why the Constitution is blind … Continue...

Right to Self-Preservation or Freedom from Harm

Excluding rights and freedoms from the pages of the Philippine Constitution is nothing but a denial of existing realities, and it cannot hide or make those truths disappear. It does not make sense to me why the Constitution is blind … Continue...

The Missing Freedoms in the 1987 Philippine Constitution

I have been wondering why there are missing rights and freedoms in the 1987 Philippine Constitution.  It seems to me the framers of that constitution were faithful in their mimicry of the United States Constitution.  It is a blunder to … Cont...

The Missing Freedoms in the 1987 Philippine Constitution

I have been wondering for quite some time why there are missing rights and freedoms in the 1987 Philippine Constitution.  It seems to me the framers of the Philippine Constitution were faithful in their mimicry of the Constitution of the … Con...

Are These Rights Optional?

Another thing that has made me support the planned constitutional reform is the Bill of Rights.  It seems incomplete and limited.  If there will be a constitutional amendment, I want the people who will be involved in the revision of … Contin...


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