Archive for July, 2007

Tagtuyo

Nakabahala ang sitwasyon na dahil sa hindi dumating ang inaasahan ulan sa mga buwan ng Hunyo at Hulyo, kumukonti ang pondo tubig sa ating mga dam at natutuyuan ang palayan sa central Luzon. Kaya sinasabihan tayong humanda sa mga brownout na mangyayari kailangan magtipid ng tubig para kukunting kuryente ang magagamit. Nakakabahala dahil wala tayong […]

July 31, 2007   Posted in: General  77 Comments

Court denies Trillanes motion to perform duties as senator

by Azchel Hachero Malaya Judge Oscar Pimentel of the Makati Regional Trial Court today junked for “lack of merit” the motion of Senator-elect Antonio Trillanes IV for leave of court to be allowed to attend Senate sessions, hearings and investigations. Pimentel likewise denied Trillanes’ related requests to be allowed to set up a working area […]

July 30, 2007   Posted in: Politics  103 Comments

Men of valor fight for decent trial

Brotherhood runs deep among the men-in-uniform. That bond showed in last Friday’s court martial trial in Camp Capinpin when comrades in the battlefield found themselves on opposite sides of the courtroom. When Col. Ariel Querubin exercised his right of peremptory challenge on Lt. Gen. Cardozo Luna during the court martial trial last Friday, he asked […]

July 30, 2007   Posted in: Malaya, Military  116 Comments

Lastikong court martial

Scenes from last Friday’s hearing in Tanay Nang paiba-iba na ang desisyon ng court martial panel sa hearing noong Biyernes ng kaso nina Maj. Gen. Miranda at 27 pang mga magigiting na opisyal ng military na sangkot sa Feb.2006 withdrawal of support kuno kay Gloria Arroyo, sabi ni Ces Drilon ng ABS-CBN, “para palang lastiko […]

July 28, 2007   Posted in: Feb '06, Military, Web Links  130 Comments

No accuser, junk case,’ accused ‘plotters’ to ask SC

Malaya’s Victor reyes was in Tanay for yesterday’s court martial hearing. His report. ABS-CBN’s story: Officers invoke right to peremptory challenge by Thea Alberto Inquirer.net Camp Capinpin, Tanay – Saying there effectively no longer is an accuser against them, 28 military officers accused of plotting to unseat President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in February last year will […]

July 27, 2007   Posted in: Feb '06, Military  142 Comments

Oakwood, four years after

Related story: Trillanes: “No regrets” Trillanes says he’s humbled by poll victory In the wee hours of July 27, 2003, some 300 soldiers, led by some 70 young officers, wearing red armbands with the Katipunan’s rising sun symbol, commandeered the Oakwood premier hotel at the Makati Commercial Center, wired the surrounding areas and declared withdrawal […]

July 27, 2007   Posted in: Malaya  230 Comments

Fresco fragment revives Papal scandal

This is interesting. By David Willey BBC News, Rome A fresco painting by a Renaissance master which once decorated the bedroom of Pope Alexander VI in the Vatican has gone on show in Rome. A leading Italian art historian and curator says he has documentary proof that it was once part of a much larger […]

July 26, 2007   Posted in: General  203 Comments

Yuyuko ba o manindigan si Villar?

Noong isang araw, nagmiting ang mga administrasyon na senador sa isang restaurant. Dumating si Gloria Arroyo at pinag-usapan nilang tungkol sa Blue Ribbon committee na napabalita na noon na mapunta kay Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano. Siyam ang kaalyado ni Arroyo sa Senado. Sina Edgardo Angara, Joker Arroyo, Juan Ponce-Enrile, Gregorio Honasan Lito Lapid, Richard Gordon, […]

July 26, 2007   Posted in: Politics, Web Links  69 Comments

Senate to court: Let Trillanes perform duties as senator

Dayana Zubiri really takes after his patron and patronness Gloria and Mike Arroyo. Forgive Sen. Trillanes? The fake senator is having delusions. By Veronica Uy Voting 17 to 4 on Resolution 22 Wednesday, the Senate officially asked the court to allow detained Senator Antonio Trillanes IV to perform his duties as senator. Only Senators Joker […]

July 25, 2007   Posted in: Politics  55 Comments

Malacañang opposes Cayetano in Blue Ribbon.Will Villar surrender?

Who will chair the Blue Ribbon committee will be a test of Senate President Manuel Villar’s so called “independence.” It will also show us if the assertion of the three opposition senators – Jinggoy Estrada, Chiz Escudero, and Alan Peter Cayetano – that the opposition will still set the agenda in the Senate despite their […]

July 25, 2007   Posted in: General  125 Comments