Remember, remember the Eight of November.. Kung meron man kayong dapat sisihin bakit nalibing si Marcos sa LNMB, ang dapat sisihin dun ay hindi ang current admin, hindi din ang AFP, ang dapat sisihin ang mga nakaraang admin na nagpahintulot at hinayaan na mangyari ito to the point na ngaun ay huli na ang lahat.. … Continue reading
I once fight for my right of speech and against the control of the Church. This time around I fight again for the unjust use of my hard-earned cash by those pigs in the Senate and Congress. I say Abolish the Pork Barrel System or we will stop paying our taxes?! Rather than be used … Continue reading
People of the Philippines! It’s time for us to stand up! We who pay taxes are the ones who are abused by these so-called “Honorable”s, duly elected representatives of the people for the Republic. The Senators and Congressmen! And now they squandered our hard-earned cash as if it’s theirs?! Now, they will know who are … Continue reading
As posted by Manny Balbin @ Rappler.com http://www.rappler.com/nation/politics/elections-2013/29211-neophytes-unseat-incumbent-mayors-in-bulacan-towns MALOLOS CITY, Bulacan – There are new kids in the Bulacan block. The just-concluded midterm elections in the province brought a lot of shock and surprises when newcomers came out as winners and unseated incumbent mayors in several towns. Based on the initial monitoring report of the … Continue reading
As former Philippine President Joseph “Erap” Estrada was running against Incumbent Mayor Alfredo Lim, a former city police chief, once had a reputation as a tough crime fighter nicknamed “Dirty Harry” and backed by President Noynoy Aquino in his bid to keep his job against Estrada’s movie-star charm was capitalizing on his movie-star popularity, particularly … Continue reading
By Mynardo Macaraig In cathedrals around the Philippines, huge black and red banners are asking the faithful to choose between “Team Life” and “Team Death”, with priests warning the nation’s soul is at stake. The signs are part of efforts by the Catholic Church to assert influence at next week’s mid-term elections, with politicians … Continue reading
Just my personal reaction on “Magna Carta for the Poor”, this is just one lousy excuse for those lazy good for nothing leeches or “tambay sa kanto” not to do anything and blame the government for having a miserable life. What is really happening to this government?! Why is it that many of those enacted … Continue reading
As we all know, the search for the next Pope had begun after the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI last February 28, 2013. The 115 Cardinals or as they we’re called “Princes of The Church” locked them selves at Sistine Chapel starting the so-called Conclave to secretly elect a new Pope believing that a holy … Continue reading
Note : It’s been two or three years now since the controversial RH Bill was first discussed. But until today, there is no development weather positive or negative regarding this pending bill. So as we have no new topic regarding this issue, I will just re-post my old reaction that was posted last November 11, … Continue reading
After reading a post titled “Philippines – Manila – Awfully Disappointing” in Travelblog.org, written by Geoffrey James Quartermaine Bastin, I should say that this is the best way to make a perfect description of what Manila is. And a better way to make a wake up call to every Filipino in this part of the … Continue reading
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