March 14, 2016
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Netizens Point Out How Stupid The Supreme Court Decision On Grace Poe Was
via “James Pramis”
via ABS CBN
Silence greets PNoy at PMA graduation, Binay gets applause
via ABS-CBN News
Posted at 03/13/16 4:40 PM | Updated as of 03/13/16 6:00 PM
BAGUIO CITY – President Benigno Aquino III on Sunday received only a fraction of the rousing welcome that greeted Vice President Jejomar Binay during the graduation rites of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA).
Families of PMA graduates were noticeably silent upon the announcement of the arrival of Aquino at the Fort del Pilar.
But the group erupted in applause when the master of ceremony acknowledged the presence of Binay.
This is the last year that Aquino, as commander in chief of the Armed Forces, will serve as guest of honor in the PMA graduation.
Cronies Unite? Cojuangco Campaigns For Marcos
via CNN Philippines
Mark Cojuangco has openly declared his support for the Vice Presidential campaign of Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos. Mark is the son of San Miguel Corp. Chairman Eduardo “Danding” Cojuangco, Danding is a reputed Marcos crony albeit also a first cousin of the late President Cory Aquino. In this case, blood is not thicker than water.
Cojuangco campaigns for Marcos’ vice presidential bid
By CNN Philippines Staff
Updated 20:51 PM PHT Sun, February 21, 2016
The cousin of President Benigno Aquino III, gubernatorial candidate and former Pangasinan Rep. Mark Cojuangco (in red) rallied voters in Pangasinan to support the vice presidential bid of Aquino’s critic, Sen. Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr.
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines)— Former Pangasinan Rep. Mark Cojuangco, cousin of President Benigno Aquino III, endorsed Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. to his fellow Pangasinenses.
Katipunan Area Street Kids Bang On Car Doors With Rocks
via James Deakin
News Analysis: Has Donald Trump Been Building Up The Hate In Americans To Encourage Violence?
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