Trust issues: The president’s trust rating, spying, US military presence, and the lotto paranoia

By Dine Racoma as originally posted at Blog Watch, Philippine Online Chronicles. Despite the good amount of trust people apparently have vested on the current administration, it is safe to say that Filipinos are still the non-trusting type. We tend to always view things with skepticism. This is not necessarily bad. Giving trust does not […]

Supreme Court decision on RH Law: Still a win

By Jego Ragragio, as originally posted at Blog Watch, Philippine Online Chronicles.   It would be easy to say that the anti-RH Law crowd “won” in the recently promulgated decision of the Supreme Court. After all, in that decision, the Court upheld the right to free exercise of religion, for all medical practitioners as well […]

The signs of stupidity

by Dean de la Paz, as originally posted at The signs of stupidity If anyone were to make a generalization that a good number of Filipinos were incredibly stupid and afflicted with one of the lowest mental calibers on the planet, such encompassing and judgmental declaration would immediately be labeled as an affront and insulting […]

Tiamzons’ arrest exposes Aquino haciendero ignorance

by Vencer Crisostomo, originally posted at the Philippine Online Chronicles.   The BS Aquino government’s bragging about the arrest of Benito Tiamzon, Wilma Austria and 5 others shows everything that’s wrong about how it (mis)understands things. Last March 19, like a KSP child with low EQ trying hard to impress people, BS Aquino declared that […]

PCOS machines: the enigma of vertical lines and cramped warehouse (Part 2 of 2)

Continued from PCOS machines: the enigma of vertical lines and cramped warehouse (Part 1 of 2) by Carlos Maningat as originally posted at PCOS machines: the enigma of vertical lines and cramped warehouse (Part 2 of 2) Determining whether or not the vertical line markings on the scanned ballots, as revealed in the 2013 polls […]

Reclaiming the lost potential of the barangay

I am reposting this article from the Philippine Online Chronicles, written on October 23, 2013 to share awareness in the nationwide Barangay Assembly on March 29, 2014. There are more details at the the Facebook event Power to the People – #BrgyAssembly and the DILG memo by Center for People Empowerment in Governance (CenPEG) Envisioned […]

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Trust issues: The president’s trust rating, spying, US military presence, and the lotto paranoia

By Dine Racoma as originally posted at Blog Watch, Philippine Online Chronicles. Despite the good amount of trust people apparently have vested on the current administration, it is safe to say that Filipinos are still the non-trusting type. We tend to always view things with skepticism. This is not necessarily bad. Giving trust does not […]

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Supreme Court decision on RH Law: Still a win

By Jego Ragragio, as originally posted at Blog Watch, Philippine Online Chronicles.   It would be easy to say that the anti-RH Law crowd “won” in the recently promulgated decision of the Supreme Court. After all, in that decision, the Court upheld the right to free exercise of religion, for all medical practitioners as well […]

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The signs of stupidity

by Dean de la Paz, as originally posted at The signs of stupidity If anyone were to make a generalization that a good number of Filipinos were incredibly stupid and afflicted with one of the lowest mental calibers on the planet, such encompassing and judgmental declaration would immediately be labeled as an affront and insulting […]

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Myths to expect from the anti-RH Law

by Jego Ragracio as originally posted at the Philippine Online Chronicles   As you might know, the Supreme Court is scheduled to make a final deliberation on the petitions challenging the constitutionality of R.A. 10354, better known as the RH Law, on April 8, 2014. Already, you may have seen anti-RH Law personalities make more […]

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Tiamzons’ arrest exposes Aquino haciendero ignorance

by Vencer Crisostomo, originally posted at the Philippine Online Chronicles.   The BS Aquino government’s bragging about the arrest of Benito Tiamzon, Wilma Austria and 5 others shows everything that’s wrong about how it (mis)understands things. Last March 19, like a KSP child with low EQ trying hard to impress people, BS Aquino declared that […]

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PCOS machines: the enigma of vertical lines and cramped warehouse (Part 2 of 2)

Continued from PCOS machines: the enigma of vertical lines and cramped warehouse (Part 1 of 2) by Carlos Maningat as originally posted at PCOS machines: the enigma of vertical lines and cramped warehouse (Part 2 of 2) Determining whether or not the vertical line markings on the scanned ballots, as revealed in the 2013 polls […]

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Mga kuwento ni Eba

Ayon sa isang quotation tungkol sa kababaihan na nasa Ingles: “I think women are foolish to pretend that they are equal to men. They are far superior and always have been.” ~ William Golding Sa madaling sabi, mas malalakas at nakahihigit ang mga babae kay sa mga lalaki. Sige na nga, maniwala na tayo at […]

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On Honesty

“Honestly, I think…” “Can I be honest with you?” “To tell you honestly…” How often do we hear the above phrases/expressions? I asked my 15-year old son what he thinks of a person who says these things. He said he has the impression this person only tells the truth occasionally, that most of what he […]

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Reclaiming the lost potential of the barangay

I am reposting this article from the Philippine Online Chronicles, written on October 23, 2013 to share awareness in the nationwide Barangay Assembly on March 29, 2014. There are more details at the the Facebook event Power to the People – #BrgyAssembly and the DILG memo by Center for People Empowerment in Governance (CenPEG) Envisioned […]

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The first Barangay Assembly empowered by an active citizenry

I am reposting this article written on Blog Watch/Philippine Online Chronicles, on December 6, 2010 to share awareness in the nationwide Barangay Assembly on March 29, 2014. There are more details at the the Facebook event Power to the People – #BrgyAssembly and the DILG memo How much do you really know about your barangay? […]

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Still no justice a year after Kristel Tejada’s death

By Vencer Crisostomo, as originally posted at the Philippine Online Chronicles A year after Kristel Tejada, a University of the Philippines-Manila student, took her life after being kicked-out of campus due to her inability to pay tuition, students, teachers, workers and parents marched to Mendiola, to demand justice and a stop to tuition hikes. In […]

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PCOS machines: the enigma of vertical lines and cramped warehouse (Part 1 of 2)

By Jose Carlos Maningat , as originally posted at PCOS machines: the enigma of vertical lines and cramped warehouse (Part 1 of 2) Time is running out for the Commission on Elections (Comelec) as it continues to dilly-dally on whether or not the highly defective precint count optical scan (PCOS) machines will be used again for […]

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