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Three P’s of Practical Proposals

Political Will, Persistency, and Personal Discipline are ingredients needed for a country to move on. DU30’s, political will is up for a toast. The Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operator Nationwide (PISTON) rejected the jeepney modernization plan. In some

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Whiff of Corruption Sow Vengeance to the Past

    “Whiff of Corruption,” one of DU30’s defining phrases found its target: Pnoy’s past administration. The right-of-way scams exploded.  Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aquirre presented to the media Roberto Catapang Jr, his whistleblower. To make it bombastic, he highlighted the 8.7 billion

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The Hearsay Blabberer

Atty. Larry Gabon, a vainglorious empty swagger, in his 2016 Senate run quoted: “He would murder women, men, elderly, and children and torch the Muslim communities if they will not help in government efforts to stop the rebellion in Mindanao”.

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The Never-Meant Spokesperson

  It’s hellish to be Duterte’s spokesperson. For half a year of Ernesto Abella’s stint, no profuse mount of his sweat can wipe off the dirt of his boss’ mouth. No pliable arguments can he stokes to persuade the people

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“Tara,” The Monster in Customs

“Juan Ponce Enrile a Memoir,” Enrile’s book – under the subtitle Compromise with Corruption, he described how he blended raising the revenue of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) not disturbing “Tara” tradition going on at the bureau in 1996. This

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A Question of Motivation

The Bible-quoting Police Inspector of Ozamiz City, Jovie Espinido, catapulted to the limelight big time when he led the serving of warrants of arrest for the Parojinogs. The fighting erupted. 15 killed from the Parojinog’s clan. Guns, shabu and money

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Corruption, a spoon stuck in the throat

Duterte in his Second SONA used a solid metaphor for corruption. He said, “Corruption persists like a teaspoon stuck in the throat. It pains and disconcerting.” A spoon stuck in the throat shuns anyone from talking, or, restricted one to

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