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Political agenda

Over the weekend, Rommel Ynion published several posts on Facebook outlining his views on what ails Filipino society in general, and Iloilo City in particular. One interesting post dwelt on corruption: Ynion said we should stop complaining about how corrupt our officials are, because there can be no corruption if the people don’t allow it. 428 more words

Jed Patrick Mabilog

The voice of hope

I must confess I was surprised at the images posted on Facebook these last few weeks showing Rommel Ynion doing house-to-house campaigning for his bid for a city council seat in Iloilo City as an independent. 1,044 more words

Corruption

Our policemen should "pound the beat" once more

Several mornings ago, I stumbled upon the long-running TV/radio program Failón Ñgayón and heard its indefatigable host, Ted Failón, ranting about the problematic crime situation in Quezon City. 915 more words

History

Eugenio Ynión, Jr. appears to be gearing up for murder

San Pedro Tunasán’s favorite barangáy chairman, Eugenio “Jun” Ynión of Barrio San Antonio, is at it again.

Watch him on this Facebook video… if he hasn’t deleted it yet (because the guy’s got a penchant for deleting posts). 642 more words

The Helter-skelter World Of Philippine Politics

'I have forgiven those who tried to kill me'

“Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.” John F. Kennedy

By Alex P. Vidal

Two years after he survived a murder attempt, Iloilo broadcaster Fernando “Kapid” Gabio said he has forgiven his assailants. 571 more words

Calinog Mayor Alex Centena

The year of living dangerously in Iloilo City

Two persons were seriously wounded just past midnight April 27 when unidentified suspects sprayed this car with automatic gunfire just outside the Western Visayas Medical Center in Mandurriao, Iloilo City. 83 more words

Jed Patrick Mabilog