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Soldier turned legislator Gary Alejano’s concerns on the BBL

No one was surprised that the Supreme Court junked the petition questioning the legality of the Bangsamoro Basic Law which was still being deliberated by both chambers of Congress when it adjourned sine die last June 11. The BBL missed its timetable of the Senate and House of Representatives passing it by June 11. Supporters […]

June 26, 2015  Tags: ,   Posted in: Bangsamoro, Magdalo, Malaya, Uncategorized  16 Comments

The Taiwan Fellowship and EU’s Peace Journalism Awards

Those who are interested to do advanced studies in Taiwan, here’s your chance: The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines, the de-facto embassy of Republic of China (Taiwan) in Manila announced that the yearly Taiwan fellowship is now open. The Taiwan Fellowship, being administered by the ROC’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is open […]

April 5, 2015   Posted in: Uncategorized  No Comments

Manicani in Guiuan, Eastern Samar sets example

GUIUAN, Eastern Samar – It was in this town at the southernmost tip of Samar Island that typhoon Yolanda (international name, Haiyan), packing winds at 380 kilometers per hour, that made its first landfall at wee hours of Nov. 8, one year ago. After four hours of howling, spine-tingling winds, only a few buildings and […]

November 6, 2014  Tags: , ,   Posted in: Disasters, Malaya, Uncategorized  5 Comments

Once again,Trillanes answers UNA’s allegations on ‘luxury’ cars

This is the second time I’ll be running the answer of Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV to allegations that he owned eight luxury vehicles not listed in his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net worth when he was a Philippine Navy officer. JV Bautista, interim secretary general of the United Nationalist Alliance headed by Vice President […]

October 16, 2014  Tags: ,   Posted in: Uncategorized  15 Comments

Aquino sisters wanted Abad out; Hyatt 10 came to his rescue

From our always reliable source : A few days after the Supreme Court declared parts of the Disbursement Accelerated Program or DAP unconstitutional last July 1, the three presidential sisters- Ballsy Cruz, Pinky Abellada, and Kris Aquino (Viel Dee didn’t join them) talked with the President to let go of Budget Secretary Florencio “Butch” Abad. […]

August 7, 2014  Tags: , , ,   Posted in: 2016 elections, Malaya, Uncategorized  9 Comments

Empower public with information on Ebola

Warning: There’s a hoax screenshot of my article in Yahoo on Ebola virus which says “Ebola virus has killed 23 people in Manila”. This is not true. It’s a hoax. There is no report of death due to Ebola virus in the Philippines. This is the legitimate link to my Yahoo article: It’s based […]

August 5, 2014  Tags:   Posted in: Uncategorized  No Comments

Health workers: Philippine health care is very sick

The wealth of a nation is its people. It goes without saying that a healthy population is a prerequisite for a country to progress.Healthy citizens live longer and are more productive.

July 23, 2014  Tags: ,   Posted in: Health, Malaya, Uncategorized  10 Comments

The tenor and the ballerina pitch in for Yolanda victims

Update: Press briefing of Secretary Rene Almendras and Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa on efforts for Yolanda victims. Artists are also doing their share. World -class tenor Arthur Espiritu , who is preparing for his Dec. 3 Christmas concert at the Ayala Museum, announced in Facebook that he and his wife are organizing relief goods […]

November 12, 2013  Tags: ,   Posted in: Uncategorized  4 Comments

What to do when your cellphone gets wet

Once again, I’ve been given a lesson by the best teacher on earth – experience. And I’m sharing the lesson with others with the hope that you would be wiser and would know what to do in case what happened to me happened to you. Last week, while checking in at Iloilo airport for the […]

April 14, 2013   Posted in: Uncategorized  274 Comments