Congratulations are in order for the country’s new President-elect and Vice President-elect, but the victory of Leni Robredo is shrouded with accusations of fraud of the highest order. As Dr. Antonio Contreras of La Salle said there is no honor in winning with an election fraught with irregularities. There is no glory in winning a highly questionable election. The ghosts of fraud will haunt you. And you will go down the annals of history as a product of that fraud. And worse is when you eventually lose in a protest. You will end up as a blighted footnote. If you’d

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A post telling the Filipinos to learn from China to catch up with our economically-rich Asian neighbors has been doing the rounds online. In a recent Facebook post, US-based lawyer named Edward Liu shared his keen observation where the Philippines is moving economically under the leadership of President Rodrigo Duterte. In his post, Atty. Edward Liu noted that the economic vision of the incoming administration is geared towards developing agriculture, fisheries, ocean resources, aqua-farming not on BPO (Business Processing Operation) cheap labor-grunt work for American multinational corporations….low-tech grunt work for high-tech, offshore-in-shore contract manufacturing, call centers, data-processing, bookkeeping and low-end

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A video of a male celebrity giving a sermon to the Catholic Bishops in defense of the President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has been making the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared more than 1500 times as of Wednesday afternoon, Comedian and TV host Arnell Ignacio published a video offering an unsolicited advice to the Catholic Bishops in light of the heated verbal tussle between the Church leaders and the incoming President Rodrigo Duterte. In the video, the male celebrity told the Bishops to stop picking a fight with the incoming President but mind their own backyards, otherwise, things could get

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A post lambasting GMA News for publishing the article about the more than 100 academicians and Data Scientists who opposed the V-shaped Contreras-Yap analysis has been making the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared 75 times as of Wednesday morning, Ma. Victoria V. Ferro castigated GMA News for publishing an article about the 100 Academicians and Statisticians who have said that “there was nothing irregular with the V-shaped graph that showed how the number of Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s transmitted votes went down just as those of Camarines Sur Representative Leni Robredo went up less than 24 hours after

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The incoming DOJ Secretary Atty. Vitaliano Aguirre was a recent guest of Karen Davila & the interview gives us a glimpse of the Duterte presidency. So what is President Duterte’s marching order to the incoming DOJ? According to the incoming DOJ Secretary, the incoming President instructs him to focus on illegal drugs, corruption, and heinous crimes. Aguirre: Duterte told me to prioritize cases of drugs, corruption, and heinous crimes. — ABS-CBN News Channel (@ANCALERTS) May 24, 2016 The host asks Atty. Aguirre how he plans to solve the drug problem? The incoming DOJ Secretary replied that he wants to address

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A post lambasting the Monsod couple for shooting down the Constitutional Reform of incoming President Rodrigo Duterte has been doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post published by Orion Perez, an IT Pro and Reform Activist, he wondered if the Monsod couple is “stupid” for spreading lies and falsehoods about the Constitutional Reform that the presumptive President has been championing even before he hit the election campaign trail. In the post, Mr. Orion Perez demolished the lies and propagandas of the Monsod couple one by one, in a clear and succinct manner that any layman could understand by using

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A viral video of armed men carrying long firearms inside the polling precincts in Basilan has been doing the rounds online. A group of armed men barged inside a polling precinct in Basilan on election day and one of them gave barking orders to the female polling officers in the local dialect. Judging by the tone of his voice, it appeared the armed man was trying to intimidate the poll watchers to do something according to the wishes of his boss, a local politician running under the banner of the Liberal Party. In the video, the armed man can be

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We all want the incoming President to succeed except his critics. If he fails, the country goes down with him. Credits to Sec. Raffy Alunan III The President is just human so we cannot expect him to have all the answers for all the country’s troubles. Although, he is entitled to hire and surround himself with people that he thinks can help him run the affairs of the state, that does not mean he is not open to the inputs of the Filipino citizens. Especially if the suggestions come from a man who served in the past presidents. Here is

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It appears that President-elect Rodrigo Duterte is bent on fulfilling his campaign promise to do something about the slow internet speed in the country. In a news report by GMA News Online, President-elect Rodrigo Duterte told the media on Saturday evening that he is working out a policy to fix the slow and unreliable internet service in the country. It can be recalled that in the May 2015 article of GMA News, the Philippines was ranked 21st out of the 22 countries with the slowest internet speed. President-elect Duterte was quoted as saying that “if telcos fail to shape up,

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The idea of banning certain vices in public like smoking and drinking alcohol in the streets has stirred the hornet’s nest so to speak. In a recent video posted by celebrity comedian Arnell Ignacio, the comic actor has some solid advice to the netizens who are bound to be affected by such move of the incoming administration. For the uninitiated, Davao City has successfully implemented city ordinances under the administration of the President-elect Duterte that prohibits smoking and drinking alcoholic beverages in public. In all likelihood, such ordinances are bound to be implemented upon the advice of the President-elect to

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