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It’s the Same. Nothing has Changed

The formalities of the ASEAN Summits made Duterte sick, so in jest, he said: “Son of a… if Summits are like this, the one scheduled in November would be canceled… That’s true. It’s the same. Nothing has changed…” Joke it

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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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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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Premeditated “EJK” precursor for suspension of “writ of habeas corpus”?

President Duterte believed the version of the Operatives behind the killing of Roland Espinosa, the Albuera Leyte Mayor whom he identified earlier as a narco-politician. The Senate investigation found holes in the Operative’s presentation of the case. For example, why

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Sen. De Lima’s Dilemma

People thought that when Duterte shook the hand and made a funny face with Sen. Leila De Lima during Duterte’s first SONA Address, it looked like that the enmity of a long time ago between them had been thawed. Sen.

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The Ceasefire That Went Phfft

When Duterte visited the wake of Panggong Komonad, the CAFGU militiaman killed by the NPA, his visits symbolized that even the smallest cog of his army matters. Every one of them counts.

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Duterte’s Political Capital

  Right now President Rodrigo Duterte has all the aces up his sleeve. Nine out of ten Filipinos gave him a two-thumbs up of trust rating. His fight against drug, which spawned extra-judicial killings gathered feeble discontent with sparse public

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