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This bronze monument of Corazon Aquino is by artist Toym Imao. It stands at the corner of Bonifacio Drive and Padre Burgos Avenue near Rizal Park, alongside the statues of Benigno Aquino Jnr and Jaime Cardinal Sin.

Photo by I.R. Arenas

Manila

Direct Verbal Tussle to the Church

The Churich’s hierarchy represented by Catholic Bishop Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) since 1952 never stirred up, challenged, and confronted with direct verbal tussle by any of the past Presidents of the Philippines except, now, by Rodrigo Duterte, the new president-elect. 581 more words

Blog And Social Media

Duterte Serye: Pugoy Part 2 (Metrodiscom)

By: Jo Barredo

Kung hindi mo pa nababasa ang unang bahagi ng kuwentong ito, inirerekomenda ko na puntahan mo muna iyon bago basahin ito. Kung hindi, maaring hindi mo maintindihan kung ano ang nangyayari. 397 more words

NaBloPoMo

The Unsung Hero


He never got what he deserved. Despite exceptional economic growth, a change in image for the country, the much-needed purging of more government posts than ever, and the alleviation of the public school classroom problem, Filipinos always seemed to blame former president Noynoy Aquino for every misstep. 229 more words

Current Events

Are We Discrediting EDSA? (Looks Like It)

Aree we forgetting what happened during the Martial Law to think that it’ just been roughly 40 years since it happened, to make matters worst, we had EDSA. 880 more words

Kabalbalan

SHOCKING: Plaza Miranda Bombing and Ninoy's Assassination both happened in AUGUST 21?

by Rigoberto Tiglao

The most significant date in our post-war history is August 21, when two historic, connected events, the bombing of the Liberal Party rally in Plaza Miranda and the assassination of Ninoy Aquino happened, the consequences of which make up our messy present. 1,456 more words

Politics

Revolutions


“A Revolution from the Center”
Marcos Martial Law Propaganda


This Week with David Brinkley covering
the 1986 Philippine People Power Revolution
with Jim Laurie reporting from Manila…
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