Daily Archive: April 9, 2018
DAVAO CITY — Dropping his supposed noninterference policy on matters outside the scope of the executive department, President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday urged the House of Representatives to fast-track the impeachment of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.
Five of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno’s colleagues on the Supreme Court are “not inclined” to stay away from the deliberations on the quo warranto petition brought against her by Solicitor General Jose Calida, according to two court insiders.
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In the spirit of Easter, Gretchen Barretto and her friends became good Samaritans and granted wishes from netizens who are following the actress’ Instagram account.
Gretchen and her friends Patty Pineda and Mimi Que were able to provide wheelchairs, pet wheelchair, cans of milk, nebulizer for asthmatic kids, a round trip plane ticket for a mom who wanted to see her daughter graduate, groceries for the fire victims in Bacolod, treatment from Gretchen’s dermatologist for a teen who’s been bullied for her acne problem, and many more.
At 53, Zsa Zsa Padilla is proud of her beauty despite the visible wrinkles on her skin so when a netizen commented about it, she gladly said that she enjoys the natural process of aging.
In a clip where she was showing the burn mark she got from a curler, a netizen said, “Kita na edad mo. Pati po sa kamay kulubot na."
"Oo naman! Proud to be old and 53. No shame in that,” she replied.
"I see my hands everyday and I know it shows my age. Should it matter? Why should growing old be thrown as an insult to women? And FYI, I filmed this with no filter and I'm not even wearing foundation so your idea of 'too much make up' is pretty inaccurate. As for Belo treatments, it helps but we never claim to have discovered the fountain of youth.
"Please don't shame me for aging. It's a natural process I'd like to enjoy going through. One day, you may be lucky to grow old yourself and realize, it's not as bad as you perceive it to be,” she added.
Netizens commended her for being honest and praised her “on point” comment.
Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founding chair Jose Maria Sison is confident that the revival of peace talks between the government and the insurgents will finally result in a lasting peace in the country.
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He won’t jump the gun on pending cases.
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It’s Easter weekend, and Kate Nash has released her first album in five years. And someone just broke the news that the work’s initial reviews from her native country have been less than kind.
“So?” she responds. “I don’t care. It’s the first time I feel like, ‘Oh! That’s weird. It’s such a good…
In 1988, three years after they founded Japan’s celebrated Studio Ghibli, Isao Takahata and his friend Hayao Miyazaki unveiled one of the oddest double bills in animation history: “My Neighbor Totoro” and “Grave of the Fireflies.”
Even at this relatively early point in the careers of the two writer-directors,…