Noynoy Aquino may not have been officially proclaimed the new president yet, but are we already getting an glimpse of what his first few weeks and months will be like? This question is asked because of pronouncements made by him Continue reading Noynoy Aquino: Starting off on the wrong foot?
Update: the figures now include partial unofficial results of local and congressional elections (congressman, mayor, vice mayor, etc.) Here are partial unofficial results / tally from GMANews.tv The partial unofficial results are for President, Vice President, and the Senators. I Continue reading Election 2010: Partial Unofficial Results
(Update) Information is half the battle. And it is our weapon in ensuring clean and honest elections. I am posting several kinds of contact information and numbers to help us on election day, starting with contact numbers to call in Continue reading Election 2010: Contact Numbers, Resources, List of Candidates
The truth is, I have never seen anyone take so long to leave or say goodbye. I am refering to Speaker Prospero Nograles, who claims to have plans of leaving the administration coalition to join the Nacionalista Party. Which is Continue reading Examining Black Propaganda; Nograles' Long Goodbye
Last Friday, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo put the entire country in a state of calamity. As we have all been told, there are two reasons for this: 1) to make sure that prices of basic commodities are stable; and 2) to Continue reading State of Calamity = Term Extension ? (Update)
It is good that partisan politics has virtually been set aside with the aftermath of typhoon Ondoy. Personally, what is top priority now is to help the victims, rather than point the blaming finger on the accountable officials and agencies Continue reading Still Showing: Ads of Trapos during Ondoy's Aftermath