Low Blow and Profound Level of “Debt of Gratitude”

  Duterte’s payment of “debt of gratitude” poised in two levels with his visit to the three Middle Eastern countries; Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Qatar. One level is a low blow, the other, profound. The low blow was the inclusion

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Whiff of Corruption Sniffs Through a Ghost

  The ghost of the 76 Rossenbauer fire trucks from Austria resurfaced, and it cost Ismael Sueno’s job as DILG Secretary. The purchase of these Rossenbauer fire trucks was cooked up during Gloria Arroyo’s time, perfected by the PNoy administration

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Gina Lopez in Fighting the Mining Giants

Rodrigo Duterte, when drawn on the issue of Gina Lopez’s confirmation as DENR Secretary said the following: He can forego the 70 Billion the Philippines could earn in taxes from the mining industry. It has come to his knowledge that

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Sandra Cam: Gorging on the “Dipping Sauce”

Could committing bum steer while gorging on the “dipping sauce” of everything leery and scandalous be a new criterion now to get a cabinet post? This could be true of Sandra Cam. Showing tantrums that she was not accorded the

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“Tokhang for Ransom:”Alternative for Retiring PNP Officers?

One theory that can be explored from the snafued derivatives of “tokhang,” the “tokhang for ransom”, which prompted General “Bato” dela Rosa to offer his resignation out of humiliation, could be the anxiousness among the Senior Police Officers reaching the

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Favorite Broadcast Journalist Captures the Heart of Duterte

People probably wonder why no male news anchor from the mainstream media conducted the one-on- one live interview with Duterte last Thursday, December 29, 2016. Could it be the bosses of these news organizations thought female news anchor could elicit

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Corruption Where Everbody Wins

If there is one case of the government’s corruption, which put the Philippines in an advantageous position, it is this 50 million extortion of the Commissioners of the Bureau of Immigration’s (BI) on Jack Lam, a gambling tycoon. This was

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