|What does it take to be anti-GATT?
|6 Dec 1994
|Explains the reasons why concerned groups and individuals oppose the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)
|The tolling of the bells
|22 Dec 1994
|During Christmas, the bells summon us to hear mass for nine straight days. But for the people of Tartaria, the tolling of the bells means something else.
|The other wonder of Boracay
|12 Jan 1995
|Boracay, located in the Visayas area, has the best that Nature has to offer. Too bad the foreigners are getting the most of it.
|Growing up on comics
|26 Jan 1995
|How comic books helped me learn the value of reading and a philosophy of life from the struggles of poor people.
|9 Feb 1995
|For most shoe wearers out there, there are some lessons we can get from putting on slippers. This explains my life in college and beyond and how my slippers figure in my (mis)adventures.
|The politics of loving
|14 Feb 1995
|Analyzes the concept of class love and sex love and explains the attitude of social activists towards love, intimacy and relationships.
|21 Feb 1995
|Is there hope for social change after the May 1995 elections?
|14 March 1995
|Explains the implications of a pending bill in Congress which seeks to simplify the computation of the personal income tax.
|What�s wrong with oil deregulation?
|27 May 1995
|Presents basic facts on oil deregulation and analyzes its implications.
|The truth about oil price hikes
|13 June 1995
|Explains the agenda of Caltex, Shell and Petron in calling for another round of oil price hike and how government also gains through taxes.
|29 June 1995
|This column is included in the anthology The Best of Youngblood (1998). It discusses basic concepts in computing the retail prices of petroleum products and explains why the impending oil price hike is baseless.
|Why there should be a rollback instead
|6 July 1995
|Analyzing the rationale behind the impending oil price increases demands not only a sense of economics but also a sense of history.
|From GATT to OGRE
|30 Sept 1995
|The GATT, which government proclaimed as the Almighty Economic Savior, is actually the Omniscient Grim Reaper (OGRE).
|The economics of Christmas
|28 Dec 1995
|The dialectics of what I want for Christmas and my case against the materialism that goes with Christmas celebration.