The Mother of all Blunders

Who’s piss is higher… that of a politically naïve, Jun Jun Binay, or that of the veteran, man- of- the-world, former Vice Mayor of Makati Ernesto Mercado? The question is a no brainer. Jun Jun’s piss, paled in comparison with

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Threading the Crossroad

The Binay Camp downplayed the 10% drop of Jejomar Binay’s presidential rating in the latest Pulse Asia’s Survey. Obviously this is the result of the ongoing Senate investigation about the alleged overprice Makati Parking Building. The Binay camp said they

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How the Binay “EPAL” system works

Has anyone from Jejomar Binay’s Camp attuned to Facebook? Fired up by the mainstream media since Binay’s early campaign speech on September 18 at the Philippine International Convention Centre (PICC), Binay’s bashers increased every second in the internet ranting details

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Lesser Evil Vs. Status Quo

During Cory Aquino’s 5th death anniversary Kris Aquino said, “I can tell Noy now that the great majority of people still believe in him; they know what a good job he is doing. But the problem is that his supporters

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The Ebb and Flow of Writer’s Block

Writer’s block they say is when the writer watch the white screen and wish the words would just crawl in without typing. For me, often times, my writer’s block is caused by two factors: 1) Lots of topics crowded in

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The asteroid collision in the Supreme Court Decision

When the Supreme Court ruled that the Disbursement Acceleration Project (DAP) as unconstitutional, it is as if the collegial body boiled a chicken for people to skim off its impurities because of the furor the decision has created. These impurities

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Miriam-P’Noy: Best Alternative!

Cognizant of the abuse of power ushered in by Marcos Martial Law, the framers of Cory Aquino’s Freedom Constitution limit to six years the term of the president. Sixteen years testing the new setup mob rules took precedence when the

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