#CJSereno Crisis: A Challenge to Tell the Truth

#CJSereno impeachment Crisis: A Challenge to the Chief Justice to Tell the Truth

An honest, credible, and competent action doesn’t need a help from a delaying tactic nor from an obfuscatory argumentation. If the verified complaint filed by Atty. Lorenzo Gadon against Chief Justice Sereno is devoid of substantial evidentiary argument and outright empty, Chief Justice Sereno once and for all should appear before the Committee and submit all documents or would be evidence the Committee would likely ask for without ifs and buts or circumvention. Truth has no preference for any conditions at all. It is just as simple as that 5-letter word.

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U.S. Elections 2016: “Fake Accounts Link to Russian Ads Found” Facebook Reveals

Russia interferes U.S. elections

Russia interfered US elections Mark Zuckerberg speaks out. Russian interference in 2016 US elections made headlines when NSA, FBI, and CIA jointly concluded that Russia interfered US elections.

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P1,000 CHR Budget: Senate May Apt to Approve It

Why Senate Likely Approves 1,000 CHR Budget

Now that the House of Representatives has spoken and the composition of Senators is clear. Will Senate likely approve 1,000 CHR budget?

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Trillanes on Vice Mayor Duterte’s Tattoo: “Let the FBI Decodes It.”

Trillanes on Vice Mayor Duterte's Tattoo: "Let the FBI Decodes It."

The Chinese Triad-Paolo Duterte expose attempt had made Senator Trillanes the last man standing in the Philippine democracy. As he would continue becoming an “eyesore” in the Philippine Senate, truth always has its own way out.

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Today’s History: Canada’s Famous Five on Women’s Rights

Remembering Canada's Famous Five on women's rights

On August 27, 1927, five Albertan women petitioned the court to have it rule on the issue in the landmark case Edwards v A.G. of Canada. These five women who strongly challenged the Supreme Court of Canada are popularly known as the “Famous Five”, the “Valiant Five”, or the “Alberta Five”.

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#MarawiSiege Maute Group Attack: America’s Help, a Decoy?

America's help in Marawi could be a decoy

Appearing President Duterte as a castaway when he, himself, confirmed us about his innocence of the US technical assistance in Marawi, it wasn’t a simple role-playing that he was just left out naive in the scene without any violation of the chain of command on the part of the military. Was there really no violation after all despite making the Commander-in-Chief blind of the US effort? Wasn’t President Duterte double-crossed, was he? Or was he not just informed? Really?

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Marawi Siege: A Strategy of Boring Narratives

Marawi siege a strategy of boring narratives

Nobody could find comfort under martial law. Nor could one find shelter under siege. But what really made President Duterte decide to put the city of Marawi and the rest of Mindanao under 60 days of martial law?

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Look: ICC Case Against President Duterte, Worth Investigating?

ICC case against President Duterte: Worth investigating?

Being a state party to the Rome Statute submitting our country to the jurisdiction of the ICC over the specific crimes, isn’t a license to or an outright avenue to let the ICC intervene the political dynamics and the workings of the state’s criminal justice system by contravening the laws of the state and by stretching the limits of the provisions of the Rome Statute.

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Duterte and Robredo Impeachment: Highly Likely?

President Duterte and VP Robredo: Highly Likely Be Convicted of Impeachment

Should an impeachment charges against her for a betrayal of trust, culpable violation of the Constitution, and treason is ready for the Senate trial, a guilty conviction would highly likely be rendered not only because of a number but also of the gravity and seriousness of evidence for the grounds for her impeachment.

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