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NY Times Mistook The Philippines A Vassal Archipelago Of The U.S.

Some 8509 miles from across the globe, New York Times counseled President Aquino to step down from power after  2016 because the fragile democracy in the country is in peril if he amends the constitution to   run again and to clip the powers of the Supreme Court. 749 more words


A Pork-Free Monday at Luneta

by: Carissa Palpal-latoc

MANILA- From a distance, you can hear the laughter of children playing around the fields of Luneta park, while their families are gathered around on a picnic mat in an area of their own. 828 more words



I recently read an articel about Aquino defending, yet again, his ideas and stands on CHA CHA.
He then said that those who do not and argue againts their ideas are irrational. 78 more words

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Filipinos call for another march

By: Cristine Parungao

Features Photo: Million People March 2013 by ABS-CBN News

 Once again, the Filipino citizens convene for the second time to abolish the… 220 more words


Church, Bishop out to paralyze Pnoy and the government

Don’t look now but the Philippine Catholic Church has become overly brazen in dipping its nose in state affairs.  Come Monday, August 25, 2014, the Catholic Church will spearhead an alleged anti Pork Rally and at the same time launch a signature campaign to abolish pork in all forms through a People’s Initiative.   433 more words


Strong and genuine clamor for Pnoy term extension

There is a genuine a strong clamor for an amendment to the Constitution to give Pnoy a chance to run for re election. In online surveys, conducted in social media and news organization, the results are always the same. 472 more words


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