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Archive for October, 2009

As expected by many lunatics and fools, Oliver Lozano the Jester Clown of Malacanang filed a petition asking the Comelec to disqualify former President Joseph Estrada from the 2010 presidential race, even though Erap has yet to file his certificate of candidacy.

Amid Palace claims of no disqualification moves on Estrada, It’s the clown who did it again–

The Clown,Oliver Lozano, who has gained notoriety for his habit of repeatedly jumping the gun in prematurely filing impeachment complaints against President Arroyo (more…)

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Noynoy” Aquino III will go on supporting the Reproductive Health (RH) Bill despite the possibility that Roman Catholic Church leaders and voters will boycott him in the 2010 elections.Aquino said he supports the plan to have government health centers ready to let the public avail themselves of contraceptives and that parents should take responsibility for birth spacing.Should the Catholic Church boycott him in the 2010 elections because of his support for the RH Bill? (more…)

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Ballon Boy was a Hoax

It’s appearing that this was an elaborate scheme set up by the parents for the publicity. But “Balloon Boy” appears to have let the air out of his parents story. The father of a 6-year-old boy who was thought to be in a helium balloon that floated away said accusations that the ordeal was a publicity stunt are “extremely pathetic.” The sheriff said he will be asking more questions. Richard Heene and his family made the rounds on all three television networks , and the boy at the center of the saga got sick twice when he and his father were asked during separate interviews what he meant when (more…)

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Vote for a Filipino

Please VOTE for a Filipino architect at Guggenheim Art Shelter Competition Voting ends October 10

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Where’s Pepeng? Segundina!

Has Typhoon Pepeng left our country Philippines Segundina?

The typhoon Ondoy brought unexpected and dreadful damage to our land and our people — heaping its fury largely on Metro Manila. While the Filipino people all over the world, together with the government, grapple with the loss of lives and the massive destruction of property, society seems to be attacked by another sinister of typhoon Pepeng and more fatal phenomenon.
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America is changing

Last week, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter interjected himself into a contentious debate. It has been noted that as distinguished figures get closer to the end of their lives, a certain willingness to disregard decorum in favor of blunt truth-telling comes into effect. But then again, Carter has long been controversial, speaking out in favor of the Palestinian cause and against what he sees as Israeli excesses. Carter has also broken with his church over the issue of ordaining women as ministers and has voiced support for civil unions for American gay couples. (more…)

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Reporting from Padang, Indonesia, and New Delhi, India — Indonesian authorities said today at least three villages at some distance from the city of Padang, the port city hardest hit by Wednesday’s massive earthquake, were wiped out by landslides, suggesting the disaster will claim significantly more lives than the 715 to date.
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