Novel theories sa Senado

Maagang nagising ang Senado partikular si opposition senator Franklin Drilon dahil sa sinasabi niyang ‘novel theories’ ni Tolentino ukol sa verbal agreement ni President Rodrigo Duterte at Chinese President Xi Jinping sa pangingisda ng mga Intsik sa karagatan na sakop ng ating bansa.

Why is rice still expensive?

August 01, 2019
Rice farmers are in a situation that’s far worse. Amid the deluge of imported rice in the aftermath of the new law, farmers are suffering because “farm gate prices of paddy rice dropped to a record low of P12 per kilogram (/kg) to P14/kg in many parts of the country, a steep drop from an average of P20/kg price for fresh palay earlier this year.”

Road obstructions

August 01, 2019
ADMITTEDLY, the country’s laws, ordinances, rules and regulations are effective only if they are implemented by concerned government offices and agencies without fear or favor.

PNPA now boasts of online application program

AMID its transfer to the Philippine National Police from the Philippine Public Safety College, the PNP Academy (PNPA) headed by Brigadier General Jose Chiquito M. Malayo has launched their online application program to make life much easier for applicants to the institution which aimes to become the best in Southeast Asia.

‘Babae’ naman siguro ang ‘subukan’ at Mayor Amante nasa ‘Narco List’ pa rin

Noon kasing isang taon, mga kabayan, sa ilalim ni Col. Ermilito Moral, itinanghal na ‘best city jail’ ang QC Jail sa buong NCR bukod sa ‘certified drug-free’ ng PDEA, kaya masasabing may magandang pundasyon na puwedeng “pagsimulan” itong si Col. Enriquez. Yun nga lang, sa ilalim ni Col. Enriquez, tila ibang “kasaysayan” ang gusto niyang gawin matapos MATAKASAN ng dalawang ‘hardened inmates’ madaling araw noong Sabado, Hulyo 27, aguy, aguy, aguy!

Fighting dengue

July 30, 2019
The breeding sites include canals, flower vases, bottles, containers, cans, discarded tires, construction debris, gutters and uncollected garbage, according to Sen. Richard “Dick” J. Gordon.

PNP backs death penalty for cops ‘planting’ evidence

THE only government agency which is known for its honest-to-goodness internal cleansing program since 2016, the Philippine National Police fully agrees with former PNP chief-turned Senator Panfilo ‘Ping’ M. Lacson’s proposal that the maximum penalty of death be imposed on policemen and other law enforcers who will be found guilty of “planting” evidence on drug suspects as it is truly a non-pardonable offense in which they took advantage of their uniforms, guns and badges to frame-up a suspect.