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Change is coming

While it is still days before President-elect Rody Duterte will be sworn into office by months’ end as the country’s new president, lots of changes in the bureaucracy are now taking shape to stamp out pervasive corruption in government. Incoming […]
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Bongbong’s dilemma

It is going to be a very tall order for Senator Bongbong Marcos to win the Vice Presidency. On top of Robredo, he has to contend with Senators Koko Pimentel Jr, and Alan Peter Cayetano, as well as with Danding […]
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Duterte win is public’s answer to elitist gov’t

The election of Mayor Rody Duterte to the presidency is a clear repudiation of the failed leadership of the Aquino administration who has done nothing, or very little, to improve the lives of millions of destitute Filipinos. Filipinos all over […]
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Is Digong the real deal?

Quezon City – By next week, the Philippines will have a new president that will hopefully address the endemic problems the country has been dealing for a long period of time that includes poverty, crime, corruption and unemployment. People are […]
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Campaign homestretch

With less than three weeks to go before election day, candidates are now making last minute pitches to the voting public, hoping that they will be able to come out on top of their political rivals on May 6. Davao City […]
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Duterte, Bongbong top surveys

The outpouring support for presidential aspirant Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has been getting from people all over the country is an indication that voters have gotten tired of corrupt and incompetent politicians that dominated Philippine politics for years. Come […]
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Will this be the last one for Manny?

Will Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao end his illustrious boxing career with a big bang or will he fall flat on his face in the canvas? We will know the answer this Saturday when Pacquiao and his one-time “conqueror”, Timothy Bradley, square […]
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Grace Poe’s not of the woods yet

The Commission on Election (Comelec) is not giving up its legal tussle with the Supreme Court to disqualify Senator Grace Llamanzares to run in the May 9presidential elections. For many, like myself, consider the Supreme Court’s decision as a complete disregard […]
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PHL hackers siphon laundered money

The reported $81 million money laundering scandal has placed the country in a very bad light as far as the international banking community is concerned. As of this writing, the Philippine government has no idea how the huge amount of […]
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Shocked and disappointed

I was shocked and disappointed about the recent Supreme Court’s ruling junking the Commission on Elections’ (Comelec) decision to disqualify neophyte Senator Grace “Poequino” Llamanzares to run in the May election. I was hoping that these...