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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Mudslinger, Flaunter of Virtues and Pitcher of bullshit

The mudslinger is the AC-DC’s of politics. They Attack and Concoct, and when cornered and got a flak they Defend and Contract. Take the case of Digong Duterte.

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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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Be Careful Playing Bible Roullette

I played Bible Roulette once. And that was the time that the double entendre significance of the phrase “Be Careful” dawned on me. In 1981, Rey, my co-worker at the Arabian Bechtel Co., in Jubail, so sympathetic I was heavy

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The Vulnerable, the Scooper, and the Queer

  Before Manny Pacquiao’s infamous quote: “Homosexuals as worse than animals,” let’s understand that his 65 professional boxing bouts his head had received an enormous amount of beatings that could have altered how his head is wired. It’s a typical

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The Expanders and the Condensers

I know I am wired as an introvert. People perceived me as quiet, aloof, unfriendly, and anti-social. The reality is, I think, I listened, I observed. I daydreamed. I recharge. In a group, I usually positioned myself for an easy

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Enrile’s Holy Grail, Elusive

Exploiting it would probably reward JPE of the holy grail of respect, at least, to die an honorable man worthy of profound eulogy to the comfort of his loved ones.

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