• ‘I do not have to be chief justice to defend our laws and institutions’ –Sereno

    Hours after her colleagues denied with finality her motion for reconsideration, ousted Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno vowed to continue the fight against the ‘vicious’ Rodrigo Duterte administration even as a private citizen.

    With hundreds of supporters at the University of the Philippines Bahay ng Alumni Tuesday,…

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  • Citizens speak against TRAIN law

    Ordinary citizens speak on the Rodrigo Duterte's Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Law, explaining the poor are affected the most by the inflation caused by the measure.

    TRAIN was among the issues condemned by activists as they commemorated Philippine Independence Day with a protest action last June 12.


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  • NUJP slams Dureza for ‘irresponsbile journalism’ remark

    The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) slammed presidential peace adviser Jesus Dureza for his “irresponsible journalism” accusation against several news outfits, adding the official owes journalists an apology.

    In a statement Tuesday, June 19, the NUJP said Dureza is too quick to hurl accusations…

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  • Pray for the evil spirit in Malacañan – Bishop

    By April Burcer

    A Roman Catholic bishop urged members of the Church to let their voices be heard against the killings of priests as well as against all other extra-judicial killings in the country.

    “Stand up. Speak out. That’s where we are lacking right now,” Pabillo said during his homily at a special Mass…

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  • Itanong Mo Kay Prof: Peace Talks, muling kinansela ng GRP

    Panayam ni Prof. Sarah Raymundo kay Prof. Jose Maria Sison hinggil sa muling pagkansela ng GRP sa usapang pangkapayapaan nito kasama ang NDFP na dapat ay gaganapin sa parating na Hunyo 28, 2018.


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