Boss Komisyoner

SA aking pananaw, panahon na para baguhin ang patakaran sa pagpili ng Komisyoner ng BoC na kadalasan ay mula sa labas, hindi mga career officials ng ahensya ng pamahalaan na kumokolekta ng buwis mula sa mga inaangkat na produkto mula sa ibang bansa para pantustos sa gastusin at pagawaing bayan.

Nakaiskor ang NBI-Bulacan!

May kaugnayan ito sa pagkakaaresto ng mga tauhan ng NBI-Bulacan District Office sa pito katao na sangkot sa syndicated estafa na kinilalang sina Jhon Roces, Pedro Milan kasama sina Rodrigo Martin, Mark Cruz, Jefferson Perido, Noralinda Salud, at Maricris Roces.

PH’s infra projects

October 27, 2018
VARIOUS quarters continue to hope that government infrastructure projects, including those in the countryside, where majority of the poor work and live, are completed without delay.

Are you really recycling?

October 27, 2018
But are we indeed recycling starting with our water and trash at home. It is indeed easy to just throw water that we use to wash our clothes rather than use it again to wash the garage, the cars or what other not so delicate items in our midst.

Notes on retired Peemayers seeking elective posts in 2019

October 27, 2018
I am wishing all the luck in the world to many retired Philippine Military Academy graduates, two of them ex-Philippine National Police chiefs in the person of retired Generals Arturo ‘Art’ Lomibao and Ronald ‘Bato’ dela Rosa who are running for different elective posts in the forthcoming 2019 mid-term polls. Lomibao belongs to PMA Class 1972 while dela Rosa is a product of PMA ‘Sinagtala’ Class of 1986.

Sino investors want clear perks rules

October 26, 2018
Chinese companies are eyeing to relocate their operations in the Philippines with the ongoing trade friction between China and the United States, but investors want clear rules on fiscal incentives in the country, a government official said Monday.

New policemen

October 26, 2018
ONE of the major concerns of the 190,000-member Philippine National Police (PNP), which is civilian in nature but national in scope, is attaining the ideal police-to-population ratio of 1:500.

Walk the talk

EVER since we first tasted the “fruits of democracy”, Filipinos have always waged the call for responsible government from all walks of life with zest, vigor and rhetorical eloquence. And as such, being part of the body politic avidly seeking for government reforms, it should likewise follow that we should give serious consideration in making the call for responsible citizenship as our continuing and collective mantra. But as good as this concept is in paper, could this really be a conceivable reality in our country today?