Too much media coverage is a possible reason Vico Sotto is in trouble with the DOJ

Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto got in trouble with the law because of his statement reportedly allowing tricycles to continue operating in his city, which supposedly violates social distancing directives issued by the national government. Although it remains debatable whether or not Sotto violated the “Bayanihan Act”, it needs to be pointed out that he appeared […]

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Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto’s father Vic Sotto was once accused of raping Pepsi Paloma – #MeToo

Since people insist on making sons accountable for the sins of their fathers, let’s recall an often forgotten incident surrounding the father of Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto. Recall the short life of 1980s starlet Pepsi Paloma whose life took a tragic turn after an unfortunate alleged crossing of paths with comedy stars and noontime […]

Gagging ABS-CBN is the right thing to do. Here’s why…

The latest development surrounding Solicitor General Jose Calida’s initiative to shut down ABS-CBN is his request to the Supreme Court to issue a gag order against the Philippines’ top media network. In a very urgent motion, the government’s top counsel wanted to prohibit “parties and persons acting on their [network’s] behalf” from releasing statements surrounding […]

The crimes of ABS-CBN Corporation according to the Republic of the Philippines for Quo Warranto

The Republic of the Philippines represented by Solicitor General Jose C. Calida charges ABS-CBN Corporation for offenses related to two conditions surrounding the operation of mass media enterprise in the Philippines. This, is according to preliminary statements recorded in this document. Specifically; Unlawful use of frequencies reserved for free-to-air broadcasting ABS-CBN is accused of charging […]

Sass Rogando Sasot to Leila De Lima: Why not name Supreme Court justices in your list?

The following is an open letter from Sass Rogando Sasot posted on her Facebook page. Sasot was summarily named by jailed Senator Leila De Lima in a list of people she asserts were involved in her “persecution”. De Lima is hoping that the people in that list would be banned from entering the United States […]

Only a Philippine court can decide what happens next to Leila De Lima

US President Donald Trump recently passed a law banning Philippine government officials found to be involved in the arrest and detention of Senator Leila De Lima. But that is based on the assumption that this arrest and detention is wrong. Who decides whether De Lima’s arrest and detention are wrong? The Americans? Leila De Lima? […]

Philippine Supreme Court shows a lack of balls in its inability to decide on the Great Electoral Fraud of 2016

The Supreme Court, final arbiter of all legal debates of the land, seems to be stepping back from its important role in Philippine government. After weeks of delaying its decision on whether to dismiss or continue hearing the electoral protest of former senator Bongbong Marcos, it finally came up with a decision to not decide […]

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The only way to commemorate Ninoy Aquino’s “martyrdom” FOR REAL is to find out WHO murdered him

Despite two big Aquino presidencies, that of the late Cory Aquino from 1986 to 1992 and then her son’s, Benigno Simeon ‘BS’ Aquino III, from 2010 to 2016, the brains behind the murder of former Senator Benigno ‘Ninoy’ Aquino Jr had never been identified. Despite several inquiries through the Cory Aquino administration, only a handful […]

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Leni Robredo must pay the price if found guilty of sedition!

As expected, supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo are dismissing the recent charges of sedition against her as mere “harassment”. A group called “Team Philippines” are even mounting a petition to the Department of Justice to drop the charges. It seems these people feel sorry for Robredo because she looks like a damsel in distress […]

Chel Diokno is trying to save face, but it is too late

Perhaps this is really how “human rights” lawyers work. They make victims of people who never saw themselves as victims to begin with. These parasitical members of the legal profession make people believe they are “victims” all for the purpose of turning them into “clients” who fit their nebulous “human rights” narrative. Chel Diokno fits […]