From the lips of a dying President By Salvador H. Laurel Former Vice President of the Philippines Chairman, National Centennial Commission Manila Bulletin Tues., Oct. 21, 1997 The Senate Blue Ribbon Committee and the House Committee on Good Government are now conducting separate investigations on “Operation Big Bird,” a cloak and dagger operation undertaken eleven […]
It happened again. A number of times, Metro Manila and many other provinces get submerged in flood water. What we know is it is caused by nature and greed of men. What a lethal combination! Before this flood brought about by Typhoon Maring that pulled monsoon rains, we have learned many things about taxpayers’ money […]
Speech of Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. on this year’s Independence Day celebration: Tomorrow, we will celebrate once again our Independence Day or Araw ng Kalayaan but must ask ourselves whether we are truly free in the sense of the most basic of freedoms, freedom from hunger and poverty. Recent figures released by the National Statistical […]
Shamcey’s answer may not get her the crown from the world; but I’m sure heaven celebrates her faith, and that of Filipinos.
Nothing can be more difficult than doing what appears to be easy. If you don’t step up, you are left behind. Boy, it’s lonely down there.
Talumpati ni Board Member-elect Angelica Jones Alarva, 3rd District of Laguna, noong Turnonver and Thanks Giving Party sa Sta. Cruz, Laguna, Hunyo 16, 2010.
I’m very happy to announce that two more names have been added to the Professional Speakers Association. Let me welcome Fritz Von Capulong and former Ilocos Norte Board Member Atty. Kris Ablan. These two gentlemen visited my office on Friday and we had a great time talking about the future of the association. Atty. Ablan […]
As fast a that. That described the recent presidential election in the Philippines. And it appears that only a few people protest the election results. This is different from manual voting, counting, and canvassing in the past. People went out for various reasons. That didn’t exclude the people’s curiosity of what they call “Pcos” machines. […]
Two days more and we’re up to make the new president of the Republic of the Philippines. Personally, it’s a mixed emotions for me. While I do openly support a candidate, I’m not sure what’s going to happen when election precincts open and the votes start to come in. There are many issues to tackle […]
On [slider title=”May 10″]Presidential elections, legislative elections and local elections in the Philippines was originally scheduled to be held on Monday, May 10, 2010. The elected president will become the 15th President of the Philippines, succeeding President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, who is barred from seeking re-election due to term restrictions.[/slider], the Filipino people are given with […]