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The Philippines Phenomenon: An Economics for Peace

The reported event.  Jan 25, 2015.  National news agencies were reporting that some 30 “elite” PNP (Philippines National Police) cops were killed in an encounter with the BIFF (Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters) and MILF (Moro Islamic Liberation Front) in Mamasapano barangay near Sharif Aguak, Maguindanao Province.   973 more words

BBL

Government Rating Dips; Satisfaction Rating in Manila Takes a Dive

All in all, the administration of President Benigno Aquino is still in the “good” territory where it’s rating dipped from +35 to +34 in the last quarter of 2014, according to the most recent survey conducted b the Social Weather Stations. 297 more words

A RESOLUTION EXPRESSING GRATITUDE TO HE PRESIDENT BENIGNO SIMEON AQUINO III AND THE LEADERSHIP OF THE SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES THROUGH HONORABLE CONGRESSWOMAN BAI SANDRA SEMA OF THE 1ST DISTRICT OF MAGUINDANAO AND COTABATO CITY FOR THE INCLUSION OF SOME PHP 779 MILLION IN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS FOR THE CITY OF COTABATO IN THE GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT OF 2015

Principal Sponsor: COUNCILOR MOHAMMAD ALI “Bruce” MATABALAO

APPROVED on January 13, 2015, 80th Regular Session of the 14th Sangguniang Panlungsod of Cotabato City

WHEREAS, some PhP 779.3 Million worth of infrastructure projects for the City of Cotabato was included in e General Appropriations Act of 2015 signed by His Excellency Benigno Simeon Aquino III on December 23, 2014; 177 more words

Minority Feels aka In Defense of the President

The way we received Pope Francis already surpassed every red carpet protocol we have given a visiting Head of State and that’s fine, he is the spiritual leader of a great majority of the country’s population.  746 more words

Thoughts

Three things PNoy should've mentioned to the Pope instead of martial law and his hair

Sorry, Mr. President. It was not the best of speeches. In fact, the whole thing was self-serving, bitter and wildly inappropriate. It’s not even funny, and humour usually compensates for mediocrity. 642 more words

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