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After The Junking Of Trillanes’ Arrest Warrant, What Will Be The Government’s Next Move?

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, photo from  Manila Bulletin Amid the denial of the Makati RTC Branch 148 to the request of the Department of Justice’s motion to arrest senator Antonio Trillanes IV, people are left wondering what other moves does the government have in its sleeves. Pyrrhic Victory Malacanang is confident that this is not the time for the Trillanes camp to celebrate. The palace said that this is nothing but a “pyrrhic” victory for the senator. According to the dictionary, a pyrrhic victory is one that is tantamount to a loss. According to Solicitor General Jose Calida, the case will be elevated to the Court of Appeals to reverse the ruling of the lower courts. The SolGen will not file a motion for reconsideration and would immediately go to the Court of Appeals. P hoto from GMA News Far From Over Senator Trillanes welcomed the decision made by Makati RTC branch 148, and praised Judge Andres Soriano for upholding the law, but according to Pr

Falcis to Trillanes’ haters: Iyak pa rin kayo, he is still free

A tty Jesus Falcis and Sen. Antonia Trillanes IV The fire is still burning for Atty Jesus Falcis in lieu of Aga Muhlach and Bea Alonzo’s guesting on Gandang Gabi Vice two Sundays ago. First love’s lead actor sends a statement directly to Trillanes, saying “tumulong ka nalang,” through a certain playful segment in Vice’s show. Falcis calls out netizens to boycott netizens to watch the ongoing movie of Aga-Bea. And much worse, sends a fierce message with, “Wala kang alam sa pulitika,”  which stirs mixed reactions against Trillanes’s great defender. Democracy  Ogie Diaz has expressed his opinion on the issue through a Facebook post which Lea Salonga seconded. The prodigal singer talks about democracy and that everyone has the right to express one’s opinion. She then adds, Ogie Diaz, photo from  Philippine News “As citizens of this republic, we have the right to criticize our leaders. A right, and a duty.” Salonga reiterates lack of communication b

Risa Hontiveros Draws Flak For Recent Tweet: ”Mura ang shabu, mahal ang bigas”

Sen. Risa Hontiveros, photo from  Inquirer News - It’s been months since inflation became a social problem to most where disagreeing citizens point the dilemma directly to Train Law.  The surging of rice and oil price have made a downhill effect on other basic consumer needs. Inflation But what makes the outcry from the ordinary people, if there is any, is the price surge of rice which recently hit its peak to more than 60 pesos per kilo. The government is in continuous operation to capture rice profiteers and private business hoarders who take advantage of the consumers. And is now offered at a more affordable price. Mura ang shabu, mahal ang bigas  Risa Hontiveros’ recent tweet draws flak on the direct accusation of corruption and mismanagement of the President regarding inflation. She posted, Sen. Risa Hontiveros, photo from  GMA Network “Nagmumura ang shabu pero nagmamahal ang bigas.”  A post comes with a photo with price comparison,

LP event in Marikina, a premature campaigning says election lawyer

LP event in Marikina Atty. Glenn Chong who bravely defends the fight against Smartmatic and Commission on Election’s intended glitch issues on the previous 2016 election is now hitting the LP or what they call as Lapian “ng mga kadiring” Politiko- a label invented for Liberal Party. According to Chong’s post, political personalities from LP have filed candidacy which made them as senatorial candidates for 2019. However, it strictly mandated in the law that the campaign shall start on February next year. Marikina event A program initiated by the Liberal Party was held today in Marikina. For Chong, it is clearly a move for an early campaign as candidates were presented and each was given a chance to speak on the event as if introducing their platform. The 8 senatorial aspirants to bring the opposition slate are Mar Roxas, Gary Alejano of Magdalo, Erin Tanada, Samira Gutoc-Tamawis, Jose Manuel Diokno who is a human rights lawyer, Bam Aquino, Romulo Macalintal, and Fl

Ramon Tulfo exposes drug connections of BOC whistleblower Lourdes Mangaoang

Ramon Tulfo and Lourdes Mangaoang, photo from Facebook and  Philippine Star The issue on the missing 6.8 billion shabu shipment is now under inquiry where Mangaoang and Lapena are greatly involved dragging the name of Bureau of Customs on the controversy. An estimate of a ton of shabu were compressed inside the magnetic lifters to pass by X-ray monitors in BoC. Lourdes Mangaoang was the former chief of X-ray division and is directly reporting under Isidro Lapena, the Customs chief. Despite re-assignment orders for Mangaoang, the latter insists to stay in the x-ray division and even accused his boss as she claims that Lapena is the one who needs to be transferred. Story behind A post from Ramon Tulfo’s Facebook page, the media reporter straightforwardly shared the ex-chief of BoC’s background and her connections and drug involvements. Ramon Tulfo, photo from Facebook According to his source, Lourdes is a former partner of a Cebu mayor who allegedly belongs t
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