Direct Verbal Tussle to the Church

The Churich’s hierarchy represented by Catholic Bishop Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) since 1952 never stirred up, challenged, and confronted with direct verbal tussle by any of the past Presidents of the Philippines except, now, by Rodrigo Duterte, the new

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Cashing in Bad Luck and Cashing out Winning Chips

The Reds of the Philippines for four decades cashed in their bad luck in negotiating peace with the government. Now that the populist newly elected President Rodrigo Duterte is throwing in pronouncements – as if erasing obstacles of the failed

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Voluntary or Mandatory of the ROTC? That is the Question

  In 2001, Mark Chua, a Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadet at the University of Santo Tomas was murdered and found in the Pasig River for severe hazing. This was after Chua’s expose in the UST’s school organ about

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The Peril of Haste

  Angry. Desperate. Frustrated. These sentiments are what the people nourished and wish to impart as the reasons why they rooted for Digong Duterte. Of course, the people’s sentiments are valid. Who would not piss on the case, for example,

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The Shock and Awe of an Early Peak

Rodrigo Duterte whose numbers shot up in the polls, like the proverbial tree hunched with overbearing fruits, had been the slingshot target of his opponents in the presidential race.   Duterte is not anymore a sideshow joke. He is an

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However Tough the Battle is, Roxas will Truimph

However, in his closing statement, “Bring back the Philippines to decent Filipinos”, in the last debate, the connection has been forged. Its message pierced through the hearts of every decent working individual of the country.

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Where Have All the $81 Million Gone?

    The ABS-CBN News asked Sen. Serge Osmena after the first Senate Hearing of the laundered $81 million dollars that got through the Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) from Bangladesh if the money can still be recovered.  Serge Osmena

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