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Episode 42: Revisiting Mamasapano

Since former President Noy Aquino has been formally charged before the Sandiganbayan for his actions related to the Mamasapano operation, now is a good time to read the official report on the police operation that left over 70 dead, including law enforcers and civilians. 23 more words


angry, distracted, almost broken

Been very busy lately. Just getting my life in order and trying to gather all my documents that I need for employment while plotting out my lesson plans for all my classes and finishing up all my freelance work. 655 more words


Share Resources with China in Disputed Waters or Let China Have All

Philippine President Duterte is wise to accept China’s offer to conduct win-win cooperation in exploiting the rich energy resources in disputed waters.

His predecessor former President Aquino tried to get the resources alone not only he energy but also the fishing resources. 520 more words

Noynoy Aquino's "good faith" and the death of 44 soldiers

In a statement, the Liberal Party said the former president’s actions relating to the incident were “imperatives in good faith to advance the cause of justice and peace” in the restive south. 324 more words



I rarely read online comments.

I do try to reply to every reader who takes the time to send e-mails. 1,444 more words

Columns: Playing Solitaire With The Hermit Of The People

Dapat lang ma-SUPALPAL ang mga Dilawtista, anoh!?

The truth about the elitistas on cyberspace

The elitistas are inflexible, inconsiderate, and lastly, INTOLERANT. Kunwari, they advocate liberatedness, tolerance, and open-mindedness, but at the end of the day, they’re self-righteous, all-knowing, bigoted, and the worst: Narrow-minded.

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Philippines: Blame China not Aquino for South China Sea problem -- We must assert the rights of the Philippines under international law


Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon says former president Benigno Aquino III only did his duty to assert the rights of the Philippines under international law during his watch… 990 more words