Malou Tiquia’s expression of love to Duterte

Ninety percent of Pinoys love President Duterte, that's according to self-proclaimed political analyst Malou Tiquia who heads Publicus Asia Incorporated. Just recently, Publicus released survey results of about 1,500 respondents interviewed. And what is the survey wanting to know? Who among our leaders do people love? And the people have spoken--Duterte by a thousand mile.... Continue Reading →

Duterte orders arrest of cops involved in teen murder in Caloocan

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has ordered the arrests of Caloocan city police operatives involved in the killing of 17-year-old grade 11 student Kian Lloyd Delos Santos, as protests mount against ongoing murders allegedly by anti-drug police operatives. Duterte's assurance comes at the height of public protests against Oplan Galugad, an anti-drugs campaign which involves policemen going... Continue Reading →

No classes in NCR and Calabarzon

Incessant rains prompted city governments in the National Capital Region (NCR) as well as Calabarzon (Cavite-Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon) to suspend classes today, 22 August. Students from elementary to high school levels are advised not to report to their classes in the following cities and towns: Metro Manila Pasig City Marikina Valenzuela Malabon Manila Muntinlupa... Continue Reading →

Kian delos Santos murder and Bato dela Rosa’s defense– it does’nt add up

In a desperate attempt at easing public outrage over the dastardly murder of 17 year old grade 11 student Kian Lloyd de Los Santos, Philippine National Police chief Ronald "Bato" de la Rosa  held a press conference and presented a witness who said that the teenager was a drug courier for his father and uncles who... Continue Reading →

Possible US-Nokor war just saber-rattling between two jerks with messed up hair

So, the world is just being taken for a ride by two guys with weird hairdos---US president Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un. And seriously, it is expected. Trump is losing sleep over domestic issues, particularly now after violence broke out in Virginia. Nazis and white supremacists are rampaging all over the confederate... Continue Reading →

Duterte should learn from Marcos when it comes to family

President Rodrigo Duterte should learn from his idol and self-confessed mentor, former president Ferdinand Marcos senior. During the first few years of his reign as the Philippines' supreme leader, Marcos enjoyed tremendous public support. When he declared martial rule, people did not bulged. For five long years, Marcos cruised his path with wide public support.... Continue Reading →

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