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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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Direct Verbal Tussle to the Church

The Churich’s hierarchy represented by Catholic Bishop Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) since 1952 never stirred up, challenged, and confronted with direct verbal tussle by any of the past Presidents of the Philippines except, now, by Rodrigo Duterte, the new

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Straight Path Would Endure

  Once the cat let out of the bag designating Mar Roxas as P’Noy successor, the presidential wannabes readied their ammunitions and fired at their target. The targets are the famous “Daang Matuwid” (Straight Path), its progenitor, P’Noy, and its

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The Hollow and Worn-Out Show

Since winning the Vice Presidency in 2010, and declaring his intention to run for President in 2016, Vice President Jejomar Binay had coasted the people along to his vaudeville show, which either bordered on downright farce  comedy or incensed people

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The Worse Would Not Be Over Yet For Binay

A series of events allowed the Vice President, Jejomar Binay to have a respite from the artillery bombardment of his alleged corruption, which leaves his camp on a stand down mode of deflection. The easing up of pressure relegated somehow

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The “Massacre Camp” and the “Mis-encounter” Block

The Mamasapano tragic event where 44 Special Action Force met their demise seared into the nation’s consciousness, although for the n’th times, the Filipinos split into two camps with mixed reactions. To identify to which camp they belong – in

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Pope Francis, PNoy Battles With Corruption

Pope Francis and the Philippine’s President Benigno Aquino seemed to have compared notes before the two spoke during the welcome ceremony of the Pope to the Malacanang Palace. One of the themes that they both discussed, which captured the sensibilities

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