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Duterte-Pagbabago

PerryScope By Perry Diaz Just a few weeks ago, the man to beat for the presidency was Jejomar “Jojo” Binay. As a sitting vice president, Binay had the advantage of incumbency. He used his position as second-in-command to President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III and as the administration’s “Housing Czar.” It was no wonder then that his popularity ratings were consistently high in all the years Read More …

Bongbong: In his father's footsteps.

PerryScope By Perry Diaz Everyone knows that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. That is also true in politics; however, some — if not most – of the times, a straight line is fraught with danger that prevents someone from reaching the destination. And to some people, taking a circuitous – and longer distance – might avoid a lot of distractions, Read More …

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PerryScope By Perry Diaz In today’s age of information, news travels fast in various forms of media. From the traditional newspapers and TV news channels to the phenomenal social media like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and others. Social media has taken command of the Internet-based information-sharing industry. It allows “netizens” to practice their independent brand of journalism. Indeed, social media has revolutionized societal and cultural norms. Read More …

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Frankly Speaking By Frank Wenceslao Knowing Sonny Coloma for a long time now I dispensed with congratulation upon learning of his appointment as President Aquino’s spokesman. I just emailed him PNoy made the right decision to rely on Coloma to communicate his policies and programs. Even though it sounded self-serving I assured Coloma that Pamusa has been doing our best anticorruption efforts which would help Read More …

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Source:  The Daily Tribune 39% SAY RP HEADING WRONG PATH UNDER AQUINO The controversial survey commissioned by Malacañang but which it denied ever existed showing a huge decline in the net trust rating of President Aquino to an unprecedented low of 35 amid the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) and pork barrel controversies showed that respondents believed Aquino himself and his chief ally Senate President Franklin Read More …

The United States and the Philippines have always enjoyed strong relations, perhaps tarnishing the U.S.' reputation as a colonialist nation.

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM) Favorable impressions of U.S. among allies such as Britain, France, has declined over past 10 years Filipinos have a high opinion of the United States and its people. The Philippines came in first as a nation with a favorable opinion of the U.S. in a Pew Research Poll. Not surprisingly, Pakistan has a highly negative view of the U.S., with Read More …

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GLIMPSES By Jose Ma.Montelibano In a reversal that astounds, the Philippines has been the focus of positive and exciting news. It used to be that the most prevalent of commentaries heaped on both Filipinos and the Philippines centered on two societal cancers – corruption and poverty. Then, stemming from that corruption and poverty would flow a myriad of horror stories. It is also worth mentioning Read More …