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Jinggoy’s Scorch Earth Ploy, A Dud.

As Sen. Jinggoy Estrada’s indictment of plunder is about to be served in a matter of days, like a beleaguered guerilla in retreat, he employed the scorched earth tactic. Kaput it went, though. It happened during the confirmation hearing of

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Janet Napoles, the PDAF’s Scam Fat Lady, Sang… But in Dissonance.

The Fat Lady of the PDAF scam, Janet Napoles noted Sen. Miriam Santiago’s assessment of her during the Senate Inquiry last November 2013. The feisty Senator has said of her that she lacks the sophistication to pull off such a

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Piss, Mess and Hubris

When Dennis Cunanan, the Technology Resource Center’s (TRC) head on leave was accepted by the Department of Justice (DOJ) as a provisional state witness in the Priority Development Fund (PDAF) scams, the media without letting up feasted on a three-way

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Herd Mentality’s Good Side

Herd mentality of the Filipinos work both ways. Either it favor or disfavor persons, things or events. On election period, the people’s herd mentality favored the likes of “Sexy,” “Pogi” and “Tanda”. The herd mentality disfavored them now. Former President

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Flavio, the Blacksmith Made a Speech at the Philippine’s Senate

Having been used to emote script from a movie set, Sen. Bong Revilla forgot he gave a privilege speech in an August Chamber of the Senate, where most people watching, if not all, have brains that parse, analyze and connect

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2013: The Year of the Double Whammy!

For obvious reason, Bong Revilla didn’t reprise his role of “Ang Panday” for 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF). Earlier, Bong turned down the movie offer of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) to depict the life of Felix Manalo, the

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The Vulture Culture of the “D & E Class” Voters.

Ms. Lani Mercado a congressional representative and the wife of Bong Revilla, a senator charged of plunder at the Office of Ombudsman said, she is in favor of the elimination of the PDAF (pork barrel) provided her constituents stop asking

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