What’s all the fuss about Bato Dela Rosa???

In his usual provincial accent, his exact words were: ‘Ewan ko kung meron bang seminar diyan, or ano bang training diyan para matutuhan ko kung paano gawin ‘yung batas, kung paano gawin ‘yung trabaho sa Senado. Kung merong ganon, I’ll take that opportunity para matuto ako... Magtawag-tawag ako kina Koko Pimentel… kung ano ba talaga ang trabaho ng senador.. what do I need to prepare para pagpasok ko… hindi na ito katawa-tawa.’

Drive vs Corruption

May 18, 2019
“We want to ensure that corruption remains a high risk and low reward activity. IMP’s thrust is to institute preventive measures designed to eliminate corruption and improve public trust and confidence in the bureau,” said Medina.

Highly-effective solon

May 17, 2019
During the 16th Congress, Romualdez, president of the Philippine Constitution Association and husband of Rep. Yedda Marie K. Romualdez, was the undisputed House independent bloc leader.

Respect CAB ruling on CEB; Barangays pin hope on Olivarez

IN a statement issued on Wednesday, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) headed by Sec. Arthur Tugade had said that despite the cancellation of flights by leading budget carrier Cebu Pacific (CEB), the concerns of the affected passengers were found to have been handled properly by Cebu Pacific, in compliance with the Air Passenger Bill of Rights thus, ‘imposition of penalties was not considered at present’.

Round robin of the rich

It was also definitely not a good year for media practitioners to throw their hats into the political ring – TV reporter Jiggy Manicad got over six million votes but was way short to make it in the winning circle; former PJ columnist and Presidential Committee on Constitutional Change technical director and spokesman Conrado I. Generoso and elections lawyer and former broadcaster Romulo Macalintal also failed to make it in the senate race. Other media personalities, however, made it to the lower House via the regular district race or partylist race.

PNP needs all help it can get to arrest massive vote-buying

May 16, 2019
INCIDENTS of massive vote-buying before and during the national and local elections last Monday is an eye-opener that the Philippine National Police needs all the help it can get from all government agencies and most importantly the general public in stopping the wanton violation of the Omnibus Election Code, officials told the Journal Group yesterday.

PNP chief cites men for successful gun ban enforcement

PHILIPPINE National Police chief, Director General Oscar D. Albayalde has commended all 17 police regional units for their strict enforcement of the nationwide gun ban since last January 13 which so far has already led in the arrest of over 5,500 law offenders and the confiscation of more than 42,000 firearms and other deadly weapons.