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There is no 'I' in 'Vote'; but there is one in 'Voice'.

I’m hardly an expert to listen to much less follow, but of the 12 votes that one can cast, I’d strongly urge anyone to set aside at least 3 for candidates who could be classified as ‘having-the-most-potential-for-the-least-risk’ After you’ve spent your two seconds disliking my long hyphenated phrase, consider what I say. 1,087 more words

Enrile's plunder case back to square one, his lawyer says

The lawyer for Senator Juan Ponce Enrile said the Supreme Court decision granting the petitions of the 91-year old lawmaker in connection with the pork barrel scam means the plunder complaint has to go back to square one. 557 more words

DOJ investigating non-Napoles pork scam, De Lima says

Justice Secretary Leila De Lima on Thursday said there will be another batch of pork barrel scam charges this time involving the nongovernment organizations (NGO) outside the web of Janet Lim-Napoles. 434 more words


Feds Seek $12.5M In California Assets From Businesswoman At Center Of Philippines Corruption Case

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The U.S. Department of Justice took action on Tuesday to seize $12.5 million in California property and assets from a businesswoman who is at the heart of a massive corruption scandal in the Philippines. 269 more words


Katipunan Kontra Korupsyon - Photos by Terzeus Dominguez

The Priority Development Assistance Fund is a discretionary fund provided to members of the Philippine Congress to fund local projects that fall outside of national-level development programmes. 344 more words


Noem Lardizabal-Dado curates reports on thieving among senators, whistleblowers, #JanetLimNapoles at...

Noem Lardizabal-Dado curates reports on thieving among senators, whistleblowers, #JanetLimNapoles,   in Blogwatch News,  edition on the pending pork barrel cases and other stories at:



Estrada, Revilla bank accounts 'overwhelmingly' depleted

For lack of a better description I just used the word ‘overwhelmingly’ to mean also that what was once a sizable bank deposit allegedly coming from a shady transaction entered into by Senators Jinggoy Estrada and Ramon Revilla with businesswoman Janet Lim Napoles, diverting millions of their Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) to bogus NGOs in exchange for commissions, has been depleted to bare-bones that if people do not know who they owners are, one would think they are just middle-class people. 364 more words