Monthly Archives for May 2008
Last Friday, at the forum organized by the Concerned Citizens Group at the Manila Polo Club last Friday, UP students who are active in the blogging said NBN/ZTE star witness Rodolfo “Jun” Lozada will be launching his own blog. Restricted … Continue reading
Malaya editorial: We see that the International Monetary Fund is standing four-square behind the government’s refusal to scrap the value added tax on oil and, by extension, on power rates, and sticking to providing direct support to the poor in … Continue reading
By Joel Guinto Inquirer Court martial proceedings for the 28 officers accused of an alleged February 2006 coup plot on Friday were deadlocked on whether or not the lesser charges against the group have prescribed and should be dropped.
I was reading an analysis “The Philippines:Counter-insurgency vs Counter-terrorism in Mindanao” when news of an explosion in Zamboanga City came in. Two persons were confirmed dead while 23 others were injured. Investigators were looking at the possibility that Al-Qaeda-linked Abu … Continue reading
by Ashzel Hachero Malaya Reporter Alvin Elchico of ABS-CBN and a close friend and townmate of one of the Magdalo leaders, former Army Capt. Milo Maestrecampo, took the witness stand for the defense Tuesday and said he never heard the … Continue reading
Update:http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakingnews/nation/view/20080528-139336/Teodoro-warns-plotters-Complain-through-proper-channels He would have wanted to hold her hand “for moral support” as she was being wheeled to the operating room.
Another case of “give- and- take” policy of this illegitimate administration. Just now, I was told that Gen. Miranda was ordered back to ISAFP detention quarters by Gen. Espino, the camp commander after just a few hours with his wife … Continue reading
By Joel Guinto Inquirer.net http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdVZ2dJcl2k&feature=related or here: http://www.youtube.com/profile_videos?user=yuka2888 Fugitive Marine Captain Nicanor Faeldon said he was prepared to die in the pursuit of his “vision” to arouse “national consciousness.” Faeldon surfaced on the popular video sharing website YouTube almost six … Continue reading