February 18, 2021

Trump and Duterte

By David Haldane Feb. 18, 2021   I felt honored that she asked me. An old friend, a Filipino journalist named Effe Barker now living in […]
February 4, 2021

Boarded Windows

By David Haldane Feb. 4, 2021   The boards are everywhere. Driving along the nighttime streets, you see them on the storefront windows. Some stand nailed […]
January 21, 2021

Old Friends

By David Haldane Jan. 21, 2021   It had been nearly two years since we’d last met. Heather and I go way back. Sometime in the […]
January 14, 2021

Second American Revolution?

By David Haldane Jan. 14, 2021   I couldn’t believe it was real. As thousands of protestors converged on the US capitol building in Washington, D.C., […]
November 19, 2020

Blood Pressure: Why Mine is Lower in the Philippines

By David Haldane Nov. 19, 2020   At first, I didn’t believe it. “Your blood pressure is very high,” the doctor said, looking several degrees sterner […]
November 12, 2020

Racism Enabled

By David Haldane Nov. 12, 2020   The point was first driven home to me by a yellow crime tape strung across the middle of a […]
October 8, 2020

Sage Advice from the Radical Past

By David Haldane Oct. 8, 2020   I met him in 1967, shortly before he went to prison. By then, David Harris was already well known […]
August 13, 2020

White Privilege

By David Haldane Aug. 13, 2020   The scene had played out so often that it was almost becoming routine. One of our household employees, a […]
August 6, 2020

Revolution in America: The Transitional Slogan

  By David Haldane Aug. 6, 2020   Sometimes I see it in dreams. It was 1972, an election year in America much like the one […]