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(Significant daily events in ancient and recent Filipino history)

Today in Philippine History, August 16, 1956, the Rizal act took effect

Today in Philippine History, August 16, 1956, the Rizal act took effect

On August 16, 1956, Republic Act 1425, commonly known as the Rizal Act requiring the inclusion in school curricula of courses on Dr. Jose Rizal's life and works, took effect.





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Why and how Cory secretly ordered the investigation of Enrile

Why and how Cory secretly ordered the investigation of Enrile

The cruelty that the yellows did on the Marcoses did not spare even former Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile, the man who led the military-backed EDSA uprising in 1986 that installed Corazon Cojuangco Aquino into the presidency.




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How anti-Marcos forces distorted history

How anti-Marcos forces distorted history

In page 45 of Hubris: when states and men dare God, The persecution of the Marcoses, a 545-page comprehensive historical book published in the Philippines in 2000 by the Truth and Justice Foundation and written by noted historians Karla Sohmer, Salvador Escalante and J. Augustus Y. de la Paz, the authors said:




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New revelation says Marcos' had secret operations to take over entire Spratlys

New revelation says Marcos

President Ferdinand Marcos ordered secret military operations in 1970 to 1971, and in 1978 to take over the entire now hotly disputed Spratly group of islands in the South China Sea.




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US to return Bells of Balangiga to the Philippines

US to return Bells of Balangiga to the Philippines

The United States will return to the Philippines church bells seized by U.S. troops as trophies during a war between the two countries more than a century ago, giving way to Manila after years of diplomatic pressure.




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Where is former COMELEC chairman Andres Bautista?

Where is former COMELEC chairman Andres Bautista?

This question has always been asked, and there are other questions. Why was Andy Bautista allowed to leave the country? And why has there been no effort made to locate and summon him to shed light on the conduct of the elections when he was chairman of the Commission on Elections (COMELEC)?




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The Stop-Bongbong Show: It doesn't have to be true - it just has to appear that way

The Stop-Bongbong Show: It doesn

It's about Bongbong Marcos, really. And the struggle to shut down and neutralize reports of massive cheating in the last elections just got real, because the whole shebang has now morphed into the Stop-Bongbong Show.




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Only senators could insult other people says Senator Franklin Magtunao Drilon

Only senators could insult other people says Senator Franklin Magtunao Drilon

Yes, Senator Franklin Magtunao Drilon has no shame. And I don’t mean that as an insult, since only senators are allowed to insult us, a privilege apparently granted to no one else.




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Janet Napoles and family indicted by a US grand jury for money laundering

Janet Napoles and family indicted by a US grand jury for money laundering

Alleged pork barrel scam mastermind Janet Lim-Napoles and her family members were indicted by a United States grand jury on Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila) for money laundering. The Napoleses are accused of funneling $20 million in Philippine public funds in a multi-year bribery and fraud scheme involving some 20 Filipino lawmakers.




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Filipino Mathematics wizards top 14th International Mathematics Contest in Singapore

Filipino Mathematics wizards top 14th International Mathematics Contest in Singapore

Young math wizards from the Philippines topped the 14th International Mathematics Contest (IMC) held in Singapore from July 27-30.




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To destroy the Marcoses, Stephen Solarz, and the Aquino regime had to spread fake news

To destroy the Marcoses, Stephen Solarz, and the Aquino regime had to spread fake news

On March 5, 1986, the late President Corazon Cojuangco Aquino discussed the recovery of the Marcos wealth with the late US Democrat Congressman Stephen Solarz of New York who came to Manila to talk about the Military Bases Agreement, among other things.




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Prime Minister Gloria Arroyo in the future Federal Republic of the Philippines?

Prime Minister Gloria Arroyo in the future Federal Republic of the Philippines?

The election of former president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo as the first female speaker of the House of Representatives may be viewed as either a turning point or a regression in Philippine history. But it comes at a crucial period in which the political class decides the country's future course.




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The boor of Times Street will be a no show at Duterte's 3rd SONA

The boor of Times Street will be a no show at Duterte

BS Aquino is not attending his successor's state of the nation address (SONA) for the third straight year. As usual, Aquino gave no reason for turning down the invitation for him to be present when President Rodrigo Duterte talks to Congress and the nation on Monday.




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Cory Aquino spent 1 trillion pesos in 4 years on ghost projects

Cory Aquino spent 1 trillion pesos in 4 years on ghost projects

Former President Corazon Cojuangco Aquino, unknown to many, herself spread fake news in 1990 to save her plummeting popularity, according to former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile.




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In his paranoia, Trillanes believes he is being set up for a possible hit

In his paranoia, Trillanes believes he is being set up for a possible hit

Manufacturing ghosts is the expertise of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and now he seems to be running away from such apparitions.




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The formidable alliance between Imee Marcos and Sara Duterte-Carpio

The formidable alliance between Imee Marcos and Sara Duterte-Carpio

The emerging alliance between Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, this early, may already be sending some people either into throes of ecstasy or suffering sleepless nights.





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