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Environmental Protection forum. Sec. NERIC Acosta, of PNoy’s cabinet circle, (2nd from right) flanked
by FU executives Pres. Mira Sinco and son Dean Victor G. Sinco and
at left Karen Villanueva of Bais city who is running for the second district
Without any assurance if his decision will prevail, Governor Roel Degamo interposed veto on four
line items embodied in the P 1.7 billion 2015 annual budget of the province for being “ultra vires or
contrary to law, or pertinent rules and regulations.” The Governor transmitted his veto message, Thursday, prompting some key members of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan to meet in an emergency meeting
Friday afternoon to study the arguments raised, legal grounds cited and implications for the partial veto.
Critics of the administration are marshalling the numbers
to override the veto of the Governor....
We are sure many families do not know this: no
matter how small your properties are, you as owner,
should plan and prepare how it will be disposed of
before the Creator calls you back to where you of
If the owner does not prepare, the poor heirs
will be surprised that one day the BIR will just confiscate
your properties because of failure to pay your
Estate tax which is 20% of your property’s value.
Year upon year of failure, the penalties will mount,
one day, your liabilities will be bigger than the value
of your properties which you worked hard to acquire.
(They have agents snooping at funeral
Being the absolute owner of your properties,
you have the right to dispose of them to people who
deserve, but , read the law first, or consult a lawyer
(who does not abandon you), because there is a
mandated manner and proportion of division of real
and personal properties.
Twenty nine years after EDSA
1 people’s revolution in 1986,
our country is again at a
crossroads of determining our direction as a nation and much to our
dislike, talks of people’s revolt are
again in the air at least in imperial
Manila as called by the so-called national
Just because our government leadership
failed in the Mamasapano massacre
of 44 commandos does not mean
that we have to change presidents.
What good will a new one do under
the same system? Let us rather put
onhold all Bangsamoro law discussions,
and focus on sustainable solutions.
We must first know what to do
before moving on.
Today, the dictator Marcos’ son,
now a senator, heads the Senate committee
discussing the Bangsamoro
Basic Law. In Malacanang, the son of
the EDSA heroes, Cory and Ninoy
Aquino is now President. Sen.
Bongbong Marcos we want to believe
would want to make a clean name of
himself and erase the stigma of the
Ash Wednesday Lesson The events that have
in the country affecting
the police and the
military have somehow
created a gap between
our law enforcers and the
government. Ideally, government
and the military
are supposed to work
hand in hand to ensure
peace and order among
EVERY DAY HEROES
“The Ugly American” The 1958 novel
takes place in a fic
tional Asian nation
called Sarkhan (a country
in Southeast Asia that
some might say somewhat
resembles the Philippines)
The book describes
the United States
losing the struggle
against Communism because
of arrogance and