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P-Noy’s First 100 Days

P-Noy’s First 100 Days

Perry Diaz

Catapulted to the presidency on a campaign promise to eradicate corruption, President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III’s first 100 days was off to a good start with a trivial “walang wang-wang, walang tong” (no sirens,

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Is it time for population control?

Is it time for population control?

Perry Diaz

President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III ignited a firestorm during his six-day working visit in the U.S. when he announced that he might give assistance to Filipino couples needing contraceptives to limit the number of

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Red Flag for P-Noy

Red Flag for P-Noy

Perry Diaz

Last October 16, 2010, the Social Weather Stations (SWS) published the results of the its survey on the performance of President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III’s “national administration.” The survey drew mixed reactions. However, a

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Beyond ‘Wang-wang’ Politics

Beyond ‘Wang-wang’ Politics

During President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III’s inaugural last June 30, his most memorable statement that stuck in people’s minds was: “Walang wang-wang, walang counterflow, walang tong” (No more sirens, no more counterflow, no more

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Jueteng Payola Exposed

Jueteng Payola Exposed

Perry Diaz

Last September 11, 2010 — ten weeks after he was inaugurated the 15th president with the highest number of votes since the end of the Marcos dictatorship — President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III was

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Double Whammy Hits Puno

Double Whammy Hits Puno

Perry Diaz

Little did Rico E. Puno realize that when he joined the administration of his longtime friend president Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III, he would find himself the target of the Department of Justice’s investigation concerning

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Hunted and Haunted

Hunted and Haunted

Perry Diaz

With the signing of Executive Order No.1 creating the Philippine Truth Commission of 2010, President Benigno “P-Noy” Aquino III set in motion the hunt for corrupt officials during the past nine years and bring

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Justice for Comfort Women

Justice for Comfort Women

Perry Diaz

In the well-publicized controversial — and “plagiarized” — ruling of the Supreme Court in the Vinuya vs. Romulo case, the justices en banc dismissed the petition of more than 70 “comfort women” belonging to

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Is the “Compromise Agreement” compromised

Is the “Compromise Agreement” compromised

Perry Diaz

The recent “compromise agreement” signed by the Hacienda Luisita Inc. (HLI) owners and the farm workers is now awaiting approval — or rejection — by the Supreme Court. The “compromise agreement,” submitted to the

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