After admirably discharging its duties during the impeachment trial, the Senate has committed a number of unfathomable policy blunders. Following the conclusion of the impeachment trial of the chief justice in May, Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile’s net satisfaction rating...
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The Senate closes the Impeachment Trial of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Simply put, Pro-Acquittal paints our democracy to be dying. Naturally, Pro-Conviction colors it differently.
With the impeachment trial winding down with all but the closing arguments and final judgement to be rendered, it is becoming clear just what is at stake. The Senate was essentially made to referee between the bickering heads of two...
Political analysts are calling the Chief Justice’s performance as brilliant. Quite contrary. His oratory skill was negligible, and its contents self-destructive.
Did Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales overreach her authority?
A layman would suppose that in a normal case— such evidence— 82 dollar accounts would be substantial enough that investigators could petition a court of law for those particular bank accounts, and bank records.
Renato C. Corona has to prove his innocence, not just to the Senator-Judges, but also to the people watching on television, listening on the radio and tweeting online. If the last six months is of any indication, then it is like climbing a very, very steep mountain.
Navotas Rep. Toby Tiangco, acting as a defense witness at the impeachment trial of Chief Justice Renato C. Corona, claimed yesterday that the release of the Priority Development Assistance Funds (PDAF)—more commonly referred to as “pork barrel funds”—allocated for his...
The Monkey and the Turtle (2012-03-12) by randomsalt