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(Significant daily events in ancient and recent Filipino history)

Today in Philippine history, December 14, 1788, King Carlos III of Spain died

Today in Philippine history, December 14, 1788, King Carlos III of Spain died

On December 14, 1788, occurred the death of King Carlos III (King Charles III) of Spain. The official notification despatched a fortnight later did not reach Manila until July 1790.





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How the Yellows ruined then popular "presidentiable" Bong Revilla with pork-barrel scam

How the Yellows ruined then popular "presidentiable" Bong Revilla with pork-barrel scam

Whatever one thinks of Senator Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr.'s acquittal by the Sandiganbayan of the charge of plunder last week, there was a particular engine that drove the past administration's purposive campaign to prosecute him, as well as Senator Jinggoy Estrada in 2014.




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Where is Andy Bautista, whatever happened to electoral fraud investigations?

Where is Andy Bautista, whatever happened to electoral fraud investigations?

I am tempted to ask once again where is Andy Bautista, except that it seems no one is interested anymore, at least not Malacañang, not Congress, and certainly not even the mainstream media, and even many in social media.




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Leila de Lima can't control her immorality

Leila de Lima can

Imprisoned Senator Leila de Lima's long-time flame Ronnie Dayan is turning out to be a serious headache for her supporters, who are trying to paint De Lima as a prisoner of conscience, due to the simple narration of their relations.




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Imdelda convicted on a law that doesn't exist; SC likely to reverse Sandiganbayan

Imdelda convicted on a law that doesn

IF you manage to plod through the Sandiganbayan's laboriously worded—deliberately so, I suspect—70-page decision on the Imelda Marcos graft case, you will be astonished as I was as to how the Yellows and Reds have managed to weave a colossal web of propaganda lies about it. (The decision is downloadable at the Sandiganbayan website.)




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The yellow and red screams to lynch Imelda have nothing to do with justice

The yellow and red screams to lynch Imelda have nothing to do with justice

There is something perverse, uncivilized and sadistic in the hysterical shrieks of the Yellows and the Reds demanding the immediate incarceration of an 89-year old grandmother, Imelda Marcos.




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Perpetuating hatred and vengeance against Marcos - Fearing history will judge FM favorably

Perpetuating hatred and vengeance against Marcos - Fearing history will judge FM favorably

Fearing that history will judge the wisdom and authenticity of the Marcos 1973 Constitution, President Cory Aquino, whose government had been frequently associated with "miracles", invoked the powers of a rebel government, abolished the 1973 Constitution, scrapped the Batasan Pambansa (Parliament), the Supreme Court, local government units, and the civil and military services.




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Cory Aquino's gruesome human-rights violations

Cory Aquino

After the Edsa mutiny, Cory Aquino and her inveterate Yellow disciples have derided repeatedly the Marcos regime for its serious human-rights violations in a relentless effort to demonize it.




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The marvelous, shooting himself in the foot, Mar Roxas

The marvelous, shooting himself in the foot, Mar Roxas

Liberal Party (LP) superhero Mar Roxas who the opposition is touting as the game changer in the 2019 senatorial campaign just started at the wrong foot by endorsing the Duterte administration.




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Fitbit Versa clocks and apps support page

Fitbit Versa clocks and apps support page

This is a temporary support page for our Fitbit clocks and apps. This will eventually be moved to a new address once the new website is completed.




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Why all HR cases against the Marcoses were filed in US courts?

Why all HR cases against the Marcoses were filed in US courts?

For all the Yellows' shrieks alleging widespread human rights violations (HRVs) during Martial Law, they have never filed a single case for such crimes at the Commission on Human Rights it set up in 1987 nor in any Philippine court.




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Cory Aquino the queen of darkness: The perversion of human rights standard

Cory Aquino the queen of darkness: The perversion of human rights standard

The fact that human rights violations were committed during the period of martial law, especially during its early phase of implementation, is inarguable. There is documentation in the records of the Philippine military, as well as in well-documented historical accounts of the period.




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Democracy is alive and well in the Philippines, Trillanes tried to kill it twice

Democracy is alive and well in the Philippines, Trillanes tried to kill it twice

The important thing to remember about Senator Antonio Trillanes IV is that the issuance of the arrest warrant against him is not, as he claims, the death knell of democracy. Quite to the contrary, it was Trillanes who tried to kill democracy by attempting to overthrow the legitimate government – twice.




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Imelda wins again in PCGG case

Imelda wins again in PCGG case

Despite being dead for over a decade, Frank Chavez the Solicitor General of Cory Aquino, continues to lose cases for the government. He has lost this year another case in Cory Aquino's obsessive fight to recover alleged hidden wealth from Mrs. Imelda Marcos and the Marcos family.




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Sison, Communist Party to blame for Martial Law "human rights abuses"

Sison, Communist Party to blame for Martial Law "human rights abuses"

Every September since EDSA we get reportage condemning President Marcos for alleged human rights abuses during his regime, and the killing of young people who were purportedly merely fighting for "farmers' rights."




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How EDSA I was assembled and fabricated

How EDSA I was assembled and fabricated

If EDSA was a miracle at all, it was only assembled in the Philippines. The key components were designed and fabricated elsewhere. Where? Look West, to Washington.





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