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#RealTalk Ano ang dapat gawin ng Oposisyon para manalo sa darating na #Eleksyon2022?

In this first edition of the #RealTalk series, we asked our very own Editors and Co-founders, a PR specialist and a netizen from Reddit...

[EDITORIAL] Following his latest defeat to Ugas, Manny Pacquiao must reconsider his Presidential ambition

If there is one thing that the recent fight of Manny Pacquiao shows that is although the People's Champ remains formidable, he is not...

10 Things to Know about Philippine Elections

The 2022 Presidential Election is fast-approaching. Unlike in the previous Philippine elections, there is a lot at stake for the Filipino people in the...

Buntis? Fake VP? 6 Times VP Leni Robredo became target of online trolling & lies, and why it has to end NOW

The Political Nature of Fake News in the Philippines The virtual world is a double-edged sword. While it brings information closer to the public sans...

“Drugs”, “Corruption”, “China”, and P*tang In* M*: A Look Back on President Duterte’s past SONAs

Today marks the final State of the Nation Address of President Rodrigo Duterte where he will deliver again in Batasang Pambansa at 4:00 p.m....

EXPLAINER: The State of the Nation Address (SONA) in a nutshell

A Constitutional Mandate All eyes are, indeed, on President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s 6th and last state of the nation address (SONA) set to be delivered...

[YOUTH SPEAK] Dealing with Political Fanaticism

If there is one thing Filipinos are known for when it comes to politics, it is their propensity to self-sabotage. Case in point,...

#TodayInPolitics (July 4, 1946) Philippine-American Friendship Day

Today, in 1946, the Philippines regained its independence as a new republic. The Treaty of Manila was signed which granted the Philippines its independence...

#TodayInPolitics (July 4,1946) Philippine Independence from the United States

Today marks the occasion of the restoration of sovereignty of our country from the American Government dating back to 1946. The Treaty of Manila...

#TodayInPolitics (July 02, 1964) US Civil Rights Act Passed Into Law

This day in 1964, the United States has signed into law the Civil Rights Act - the most historic and consequential legislation which sought...

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