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LOW-KEY property and mining billionaire Benjamin Bitanga is the Internet-only news site  Rappler’s owner, its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission indicate, and which the magnate himself has confirmed. This was a revelation to me, as I always suspected that the super-billionaire Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala was behind…

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For the good of the country, he must resign IRONIC as it may seem, it is Jose “Chito” Gascon, the Commission on Human Rights chairman that President Benigno Aquino 3rd appointed in June 2015, who has emerged as the biggest stumbling block to the development of institutions and a political…

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Second of 2 parts WHAT demonstrates the awesome power of Philippine oligarchs is how they could violate our Constitution, the very basis of our existence as a Republic and of our rule of law. How can we ever build a nation, if its foundation—the Constitution—is facilely violated by oligarchs? How…

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IF you hadn’t noticed, President Duterte’s war against the rule of the Philippine oligarchy has started, and gone into high gear. A part of this offensive is the move to collect billions in taxes allegedly evaded by the Philippine Daily Inquirer’s controlling owner, the Rufino family, and to recover prime…

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I’M sick and tired of the New York Times articles and editorials that are vicious hatchet jobs not just on President Duterte, but on the Philippines itself. NYT has portrayed our country as one where thousands of corpses of the innocent litter our streets, and that we Filipinos—and therefore even…

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Profits from crony deal: P4B SHOCKING? It certainly is, especially for a paper that had been the loudest megaphone of the anti-Marcos uprising in 1986, and which to this day has reeked with vitriol against the dictator and anybody identified with him. The Philippine Daily Inquirer (PDI) in fact continues…

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