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Super ‘Pacman’ has to relinquish politics

Pacman is of course our very own world boxing champ and Sarangani Representative Manny Pacquiao. It is a moniker aptly applied to him for easy name recall when he started campaigning abroad and winning boxing bouts one after another. 428 more words

Politics

PNoy gets the better of SC

There is no doubt that President Benigno Aquino (PNoy) has been at odds with the Supreme Court (SC) ever since the latter showed a seemingly adversarial stunt when it ruled against some of the pertinent provisions of his pet Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) – a program that is supposed to speed-up public spending and boost economic growth. 597 more words

Government

Ramon Bautista’s failed antic

Comedian Ramon Bautista thought he was being funny, but with his own stupid antic he ended up being ‘persona non grata’ or unwanted person in Davao. 389 more words

National News

Not only saving face but saving the country

The broaching of the idea by Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Manuel Roxas for President Aquino (PNoy) to extend his term in office is not only creating a controversy that is dividing the country once more, but is also an eye-opener for Filipinos to decide as to what it is that they really want. 468 more words

Government

Under One Blue Sky our annual kite-flying event!

On September 21st, the International Day of Peace, we invite you to join volunteers in cities across the United States to take part in Under One Blue Sky. 175 more words

Human Rights

Aquino sisters’ reckless sentiments

The presidential sisters have been in the news lately regarding their sentiments of practically anointing Vice President Jejomar Binay as presidential bet and their brother’s successor in 2016. 610 more words

Government

Lacson needs more teeth as rehab czar

Both national and international attention, in the aftermath of the devastation wrought by Typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan), are now focused on former senator Panfilo Lacson, and for a reason. 346 more words

Government