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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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Let the Reds Lived with their own Delusions

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Let the Reds Lived with their own Delusions

Presidents come and go. They tried to make peace with the Reds, but unsuccessful. Pissed off, Duterte chided. Go ahead fight for another 50 years. The past Presidents that the Reds had dealt with, Duterte is the most generous. He allowed three

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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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On Promising the Moon and the Star

  Duterte reigns the nation on his promise of the moon and the star. He didn’t deliver the moon, only it’s moonshine. The star, he boasted with aplomb. The moon refers to “Until the last drug lord or pusher get

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Murphy’s Law Vs. Martial Law

Murphy’s Law says: Anything that can go wrong will go wrong. Tangled by this law, the two presidents; PNoy and Duterte burdened their presidency with guilt. On August 23, 2010, Murphy’s Law poked its fang on PNoy’s throat. The bus

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