A video report shows Vice President VP Binay pocketed billions of pesos during his tenure as Makati mayor as per AMLAC latest report. In a video report by Martin Andanar of News5 Everywhere, Vice President Binay made billions of pesos from the construction of the Makati Science Building and Makati City Hall Building 2. In addition, the then mayor of Makati City also earned from the birthday cake projects for the senior citizens of the city. The then Mayor of Makati deposited the money in 139 bank accounts via three companies using eight dummy accounts. The kickback money, that runs

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An article post alleged that Senator Grace Poe did not drop her US citizenship until 2012 according to US government records. Based on the pronouncements of Senator Grace Poe in old interviews, she already did renounce her allegiance to the US flag before assuming the head office of the MTRCB. Below are her exact words: Hindi ako maglalakas-loob na tumanggap ng posisyon sa gobyerno, sa MTRCB pa lang, kung hindi ako kwalipikado at hindi ako Pilipino. ang dual citizenship law na sinulat mismo nina Sen. Drilon at ng iba pa nating kasama dito—kung ano man ang iyong citizenship prior

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A post written by former ABS-CBN journalist Ira Panganiban admonishing the UPLB student has been published recently. In the Facebook post, Ira Panganiban gave his two cents worth to the UPLB student who dared to embarrass a presidential aspirant in his own turf, knowing his fellow students got his back. In the post, Mr. Panganiban told the young man to shape up while he is still young and correct his mistakes. “It is alright to be confident but it is embarrassing to be arrogant,” the post reads. Please read the full pots below. Dear Stephen Villena of UPLB, I get

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The post by former UPLB prof lecturing Stephen Villena on how to behave as a UPLB student and as a future employee is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared 36,211 times as of Monday morning, a former UPLB professor reminded the controversial UPLB student the fine pointers on how to carry oneself when the day comes that he joins the workforce and his student days are done and over with. The former UPLB professor is a self-confessed Duterte supporter, so it is understandable he is hurt how a UPLB student disrespected Mayor Duterte. The open letter written

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An open letter from the UPLB student who has been subjected to cyber bullying after allegedly disrespecting Mayor Duterte during the Q & A portion when the latter visited Los Banos, Laguna recently. In a Facebook post, the controversial UPLB student wrote a very long open letter addressed to the netizens who are mostly Duterte supporters to explain his side on the matter. AN OPEN LETTER My name is Stephen Villena, a student who took part in a forum held in UP Los Banos last March 11, 2016 for the honorable Mayor Rodrigo Duterte. It was an ACADEMIC FORUM about

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A viral post by Aiza Seguerra of the Pagdating ng Panahon fame talking how her first meeting with Mayor Duterte made a life-changing impression on her is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared more than 2,000 times as of Saturday afternoon, the former child wonder in Philippine TV and cinema wrote how Mayor Duterte left her awe-struck with his sincerity; an instant convert to being his number one fan after that fateful meeting on February. Ms. Seguerra first met Mayor Duterte during the blessing of the Mayor’s campaign headquarters at V.V Soliven Bldg in EDSA on February

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An open letter written by a La Salle professor addressed to his friends who are anti-Martial Law/Bongbong Marcos is doing the rounds online. In a recent Facebook post, La Salle Professor Antonio Contreras invited his friends who vowed to fight the reappearance of Martial Law or any of its variants and join him this time in condemning the “judicial coup” that happened last March 8. Professor Antonio Contreras described the SC decision on Senator Poe as akin to what Marcos did when he declared Martial Law. Please read the full text below. Hello. Are you still there? If you are

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A video of a young man doing an acapella that sounded like a campaign jingle of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post by Christian Goma, the young man performed an original composition with unbelievable lyrics that tells Mayor Duterte to run for the Presidency not for personal glory but for the whole world. Moving forward, the young man tells Mayor Duterte that when he feels tired as the election campaign wears on, he only needs to look at the faces of the people in his campaign sorties because these people sees Duterte as their

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A video by a Swiss expat pitching for Mayor Rodrigo Duterte is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared more than a 100 times, the Swiss expat encouraged the Filipinos to vote for Duterte in the 27-second video. In the video, the Swiss national qualified that he is an expat living in the Philippines for the last two years and an avid observant of Philippine politics. That being said, he believes that Mayor Duterte is the only candidate who can effect the necessary changes to make our country better. The Swiss national even made the famous Duterte fist

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A post from the Duterte camp enjoining all supporters to become the “spokespersons” of the Mayor is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post by Peter Tiu Lavina, the Duterte social media campaign manager explained that due to financial constraints and conflict in scheduling, Mayor Duterte cannot possibly visit every barangays in the Philippines, so he asks all supporters to contribute to the cause of Duterte by acting as the spokesperson in their respective areas. That being said, the campaign slogan of “Tunay na Pagbabago” (Real Change) that Mayor Duterte hopes to send across the country can only reach

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