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Presidential bets say ‘no’ to contractual labor

All presidential bets said they are against “endo” or “end of contract” which continually increases the rate of joblessness in the country during the 3rd Presidential Debate. 435 more words

A Stone over Gold

She is called the iron lady of Asia for her bold and fearless way in the Senate. She is one of the two roses between the thorns on the Presidential race. 211 more words

We Were Wrong


After all the stolen money, the lavish gifts received and extrajudicial killings, we now have a winner in the May 2016 elections, and surprise surprise, it’s none of the two justifiable candidates. 770 more words

Current Events

Daniel Padilla, supalpal sa ‘boses-kiki’ na komento ng “Miriam Lines”

Daniel Padilla
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Kaloka naman itong is Daniel Padilla na dahil sa kaignorantehan (hindi kasi nagbabasa at nagmamarunong) at kuda nang kuda, at pagiging insensitive sa ibang tao, naging rason tulyo para buweltahan naman siya ni Sen. 6 more words

News

The choices we make

This time tomorrow, the initial results of the 2016 national elections will have come in. If everything goes well, and the polling process proceeds as orderly and as peacefully as it has done in the last two elections, we may yet pat ourselves in the back for another successful validation of our electoral traditions. 371 more words

The Gavel

Bakit hindi masasayang ang boto ko para kay Miriam Defensor-Santiago?

Si senadora Miriam Defensor-Santiago ang iboboto ko bilang susunod na pangulo ng Pilipinas, dahil katulad ng karamihan, gusto ko rin magkaroon ng pagbabago. Ninanais ko rin na masugpo ang krimen para sa kaligtasan nating mga mamamayan, pati na ang pagsugpo sa korupsyon, lahat ito para sa ikauunlad ng ating bayan. 784 more words

Stark's Thoughts And Whatnot

Santiago: I will never withdraw

Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago proves that she is doing well despite the allegations on her health, during the last Presidential debate before the upcoming May 9 elections. 401 more words