I do not know how much longer the foxy Senate Minority Leader, Juan Ponce Enrile, has to live after he turns 92 on February 14. 346 more words
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On January 11, 2016 I wrote and asked whether or not the reinvestigation of the Mamasapano carnage, as strongly suggested by Senator Juan Ponce Enrile, was boon or bane for the country ( 310 more words
For many of us who have grown old watching Philippine politics and how the country, to this day, has been corrupted by politicians since the conjugal dictatorship of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos and how we are lagging behind in progress in the ASEAN, including Vietnam which has been severely devastated by war, we can only heave a sigh of relief if indeed the country has found a man in Davao City Mayor and presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte who can give us the long-delayed deliverance. 375 more words
I thought Senator Juan Ponce Enrile, in his dotage, is losing his mind, too.
It appears, however, that Enrile’s mental faculties are still intact compared to his peers in the Senate who all voted for the proposed P2,000 pension hike of 2.1 million retirees (myself included) of the Social Security System (SSS), this after the House of Representatives approved it earlier. 524 more words
What is it really that the nation expects to discover in the reopening of the Mamasapano massacre inquiry as it will be commemorated on January 25, where 44 Special Action Force (SAF) commandos sacrificed their lives? 395 more words