Free baon anyone? OtsoDiretso senatorial bet Atty. Romulo Macalintal wants ‘free baon’ for students when elected because is free tuition not enough. Macalintal said the students also need sustenance, that is why he proposes “free baon” or free allowance for students, drawing applause from the audience. However, the Facebook page ‘VovPH’ and its followers mocked Macalintal’s ‘free baon’ proposal. Check out the caption of VoVph to describe the video of Macalintal talked about his ‘free baon’ idea. Nakakahawa ang sakit ni Robredo.. Bat baon lang? Kailangan din nila ng internet / laptop pang research bigyan natin sila tag iisang MacBook,

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Lawyer Bruce Rivera blew his top following the unflattering remark made OtsoDiretso bet Samira Gutoc versus DDS skipping People Power anniversary. If you are wondering what the fuss was all about, check out the screenshot below of the eyeball-grabbing headline of Abante TNT that angered Atty. Bruce Rivera. Gutoc, as per Abante TNT, made the remark in front of the EDSA People Power anniversary crowd yesterday. To put this proper context, here’s what Gutoc allegedly said, “Hoy, mga DDS, sumama na kayo dito sa People Power. Pilipino din kayo, tao din kayo, babae din kayo, may ina din kayo. ‘Walanghiya’

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“Diktador si Duterte!” “Duterte diktador!” These are the favorite lines of street protesters whenever they march in the streets to denounce President Duterte and his government in public. But if you asks Noel Sarifa, a staunch PRRD supporter, the “Diktador si Duterte” label assigned by street protesters and student activists to Duterte is unfair and baseless. In a lengthy Facebook post, Sarifa argued the “Diktador si Duterte” label does not hold water if the various accomplishments of the Duterte government and policies versus critics are taken into consideration. Sarifa cited the cases of Delima, Trillanes and Maria Ressa which he

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Yesterday, VP Leni Robredo issued a statement in time for the 33rd EDSA People Power 1 anniversary celebration with an appeal to the public to discard misconception that “EDSA is dilawan.” The VP statement as per News5 reads: “Sana ma-break na ang misconception na ang EDSA ay ‘dilawan.’ Dahil tingin ko, kapag ganito iyong pagtingin natin, insulto ito sa napakaraming Pilipino na wala namang affiliations noong 1986. Iyong EDSA kasi, pagpapaalala na hindi ito defined by isang kulay, hindi siya defined by any group, hindi siya defined by pulitika.” Prolific social media blogger MJ Quiambao Reyes has taken to Facebook

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The anniversary of the EDSA People Power 1 is just around the corner and for the nth time, public are reminded they owe their freedom and democracy to the Aquino’s. But La Salle History professor Van Ybiernas thinks this is ‘bullshit’. In contrast, Ybiernas said the Aquinos owe their political success to the country than vice-versa. Ybiernas went on to say that to exorcise the ghost of EDSA People Power 1 and unify the country, the ‘dilawans’ must return the memory of EDSA to the people. To do this, Ybiernas outlined six steps on how the ‘dilawans’ go about it.

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Karen Davila’s condescending and elitist attitude while grilling Senator Manny Pacquiao has angered a lot of people on social media, including Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Laureta Chu. So mad was Chu that in retaliation for embarrassing Manny Pacquiao on national TV, she wants to punish all journalists – require them to file their SALN’s. If you are wondering why when SALN’s is for government employees and those running for public office? Chu reasoned that since journalism is the fourth estate, the public can demand transparency from their part. Chu remarked that asking questions shouldn’t be Karen’s sole territory. In other

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Bam Aquino hit the campaign trail in Cebu to woo the votes of Cebuanos who have always been known as the bailiwick of the opposition in the history of Philippine politics. But that doesn’t mean, opposition candidates can relax and drop Cebu from their campaign sorties. Cebu is known for their Sinulog, the white sand beaches, pork chicharon and lechon. Speaking of the best lechon in Cebu, where else Bam Aquino wants to go to taste the world famous finger-licking lechon and earn the Cebuano votes but to the public market in Carcar Cebu! But if the video below and

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When charter change was the hottest topic in town, one of the suggested provisions that was hotly debated was requiring senatorial bets to have a college degree. Lately, Karen Davila revived the debate on the “college degree requirement” when she asked this question to her TV show guest, none other than Senator Manny Pacquiao. Karen Davila: “Before we drop this noh, I just wanted to ask you. Sa mga debate ngayon tinatanong, palagay nyo ba kailangan ang college degree para sa isang senador, college degree para sa isang Pangulo? Sang-ayon ka ba doon Manny?” Manny Pacquiao: “Sang-ayon naman ako doon.

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Mar Roxas is under heavy fire on social media, particularly on Facebook after getting quoted he is running because he can’t accept the Philippines is Third World? “I don’t accept na Third World na lang ang Pilipinas, that’s why I am running. I don’t accept na kulelat na lang tayo and that’s why I am running.” In a Facebook post, Roxas shared the meme with the caption that reads: Yes, I am peace because I am doing this for our country. Tiwala ako na mas malayo pa ang mararating ng Pilipinas, ng Pilipino. You may watch the video below from

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Senatorial bet Erin Tañada may be losing votes of voters after this photo he shared with a woman fish vendor goes viral on Facebook. The photo was uploaded by the Facebook page VoVph just today, February 20, 2019 with the caption, “Erin Tañada Bawal na sa palengke ang PLASTIC bat andyan ka.” Take a quick look at the photo below and come back in a minute or two and let us know what you think of the photo. Meanwhile, the photo has been getting a lot of engagement from the Facebook followers of VoVph, generating more than 6,000 reactions, 10,807

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