If you have been following the news on TV or getting your news updates on social media, the President has been harshly criticized, and worse maligned for vetoing the Security of Tenure or ENDO bill. Criticism from the opposition senators like Hontiveros and Recto was expected and acceptable. But, when the criticism comes from a known ally like Senator Migz Zubiri, many DDS find it hard to swallow. But wait until you read the explosive Facebook post of fearless DDS blogger Mark Lopez exposing the backdoor story behind the ENDO or Security of Tenure Bill and you will get the

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The news report from different local media outlets that ex-Senator Trillanes will soon teach at UP and Ateneo has been getting mixed reactions on social media. Expect the ex-senator’s supporters to receive the news with open arms and cheers. But the same cannot be said of Trillanes’ harshest critics and haters. None more dramatic than the reaction of fearless Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Laureta Chu who did not waste a minute to register the strongest and angriest reaction to the news Trillanes is going to teach at UP. In a Facebook post, Chu questioned UP’s decision to hire someone like

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As expected, Senator Risa Hontiveros came out swinging against PRRD on local media, heavily questioning PRRD’s wisdom in ordering the stoppage of all PCSO games like lotto. Risa Hontiveros: “Why is President Duterte punishing ordinary people for the corruption of his officials?” Hontiveros said that thousands of Filipinos relied on the PCSO for financial assistance to cover mostly medical expenses; at times these are matters of life and death for many. Many Filipinos also depend on the PCSO for their employment and livelihood on small lotto operations. The senator must have felt good about herself after making the comment on

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Perhaps out of panic, the Robredo camp is committing one blunder after another that does not reflect well on Robredo, considering she is a lawyer. This applies to VP’s spokesman as well. DDS lawyer Trixie Cruz-Angeles called out the Robredo camp on Facebook for questioniong OSG’s wisdom by assisting the PNP in filing the inciting to sedition case against Leni Robredo when the OSG has a huge backlog of cases. Angeles noted that this unsolicited remark from the Robredo camp started the word war between them. Angeles seemed to agree with the OSG’s response that it is impossible for the

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KALOKOHAN NI KIKO! (Kiko’s foolishness! ) This is how netizen blogger Mark Lopez described the Magna Carta for Dignified Commuting being proposed by Senator Kiko Pangilinan. Lopez has nothing but contempt against Sen. Pangilinan and called the proposed bill as nothing but a gimmick to prop up his career as politician. Lopez remarked that the Magna Carta for Dignified Commuting is but a pathetic attempt to endear himself to the public after Pangilinan’s friends led by ex-President Noynoy, mar and the rest of the LP menace messed up big time when they were in power from 2010-2016. A visibly irked

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The foul stench of corruption emanting from PCSO would have gone unnoticed if President Duterte did not win in the 2016 presidential election. We owe it to the President and the individual bloggers who are willing to put their lives at risk by exposing corruption in all government agencies regardless of the personalities involved. If we want to pitch in and help PRRD eradicate, if not lessen corruption in government agencies, let us show our support to PRRD and to bloggers like Mark Lopez in their crusade against corruption. Speaking of DDS blogger Mark Lopez, it seems the brilliant blogger

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Sen. Ralph Recto has expressed one’s sympathy to his senate colleague Sen. Joel Villanueva after the ENDO bill he authored was vetoed by PRRD. Recto said he felt bad for his friend Sen. Villanueva who worked hard on the said bill, doing a tight rope act under stormy conditions only to be vetoed in the end by PRRD. An obviously dismayed Recto told Macalacang to write its own version and send it Congress with an attached Malacanang certification as to its urgency. Recto added that Malacanang must write it in black and white, so nothing is lost in translation. Recto

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Lawyer Leni Robredo has been lectured on the finer points of the PH Constitution by a fellow lady lawyer for accusing SolGen Calida of working for BBM and replace her as the Vice President. As per Rappler article, the VP hinted that she was charged with inciting to sedition so that former Senator BongBong Marcos can take her seat. Lawyer Trixie Cruz-Angeles couldn’t help but jeer at Robredo and Rappler for their lack of knowledge of the PH Constitution. Angeles explained that Robredo’s fear is misplaced. If for example, she is convicted as charged (inciting to sedition), she will not

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Irony wasn’t lost on DDS blogger MJ Quiambao Reyes after yellow blogger PAB or Pinoy Ako Blog called President Duterte anti-poor for nixing the ENDO bill and temporary shut down of PCSO games like lotto. In a Facebook post, Reyes found it funny that PRRD is now anti-poor when he was merely looking after the best interest of the public when he vetoed the ENDO bill and stopping PCSO games pending investigation for rampant corruption. Reyes described the PCSO and Endo bill move of PRRD as “one-step backward and two-forward” decisions of the President. Reyes found it even hilarious that

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Previously, Mark Lopez’s FB post discussed the reason why PRRD ordered the stoppage of the nationwide operation of all PCSO games because of alleged rampant corruption. In the same FB post that went very viral, Lopez also explained why the situation in PCSO turned for the worse and why an iron handfrom PRRD was necessary in handling the issue. In part 2 of Lopez expose on PCSO, the DDS blogger admitted that the stoppage of all PCSO games has a wide-reaching effect, especially to the beneficiaries of PCSO via the President Social Fund like those who relied the PCSO for

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