Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod believes President Rodrigo Duterte’s recent tirades against Vice President Leni Robredo may be linked to a “search and destroy” campaign ahead of the 2022 elections.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod believes Ombudsman Samuel Martires should step down for “stupidity” and “cupidity”—or greed—in restricting public access to the Statements of Assets, Liabilities and Net worth (SALN) of government officials.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod wants President Rodrigo Duterte to resign– even if he’s still physically fit to lead the country.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod sees something sinister in the House of Representatives’ move to allot P10 billion to the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) under the economic stimulus package known as the proposed Bayanihan to Recover as One Act.
Former Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Winnie Monsod believes soldiers have changed for the better on President Rodrigo Duterte’s fourth year in office by refusing to indulge the Chief Executive’s whims in his most recent visit to Jolo, Sulu.
ABS-CBN’s franchise application was rejected by the House of Representatives because lawmakers don’t have conscience.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod has accused the House of Representatives of historical revisionism by trying to put ABS-CBN in a bad light in the hearings on its franchise.
Newspaper coulumnist and TV personality Solita Monsod praised the Duterte administration’s poverty reduction efforts Mareng Winnie wrote about it in her column
Former Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Winnie Monsod has shown yet another proof of Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque’s lies when she debunked his claim clearing President Rodrigo Duterte of any liability over the Davao Death Squad’s (DDS) existence.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod has slammed House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez for presenting federalism and Charter Change (Cha Cha) as the solutions to the country’s problems even though his real intent is to extend the terms of politikos like him.
Senator Leila de Lima should have been freed already had she only been charged with direct bribery, former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod said.
In hindsight, Communications Secretary Martin Andanar may only have himself to blame for the failures of certain agencies he’s overseeing under the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) because he asked for the job.
The militant League of Filipino Students (LFS) has slammed Commission on Higher Education chair Patricia Licuanan for saying the free tuition policy that will be implemented this year in state universities and colleges should be enjoyed by the poorest segments before benefitting the “nonpoor”.
Moneyed students or “nonpoor” stand to benefit more from the tuition-free policy that will be implemented in state universities and colleges (SUCs) since only 8 percent of the poor are in tertiary educational institutions, Commission on Higher Education chair Patricia Licuanan said.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod may not be a fan of President Rodrigo Duterte, but she still prefers him over United States President Donald Trump even if she’s convinced they both have narcissistic personality disorder.
Senator Leila de Lima’s admission that she had an affair with her former driver and bodyguard, Ronnie Dayan, isn’t compelling proof that she was involved in the drug trade inside the New Bilibid Prison, President Rodrigo Duterte said.
Senator Leila de Lima is keeping her lips sealed on juicy details of her personal life after confirming on television that she had a romantic relationship with her former driver and bodyguard, Ronnie Dayan.
Senator Leila de Lima can only vouch for herself that she didn’t receive any money from drug lords but can’t say the same for her former lover and driver, Ronnie Dayan.
“What you sow, you reap”.
Former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile said the proposed state burial of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos Sr. should not really be a big, divisive issue
Former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile has a good reason to support President Rodrigo Duterte’s campaign against illegal drugs.
Customs commissioner and former Marine captain Nicanor Faeldon reminisced the days when he and then Davao City mayor Rodrigo Duterte were still having hours of “kwentuhan” sessions, exchanging their “vision for the country”.
Customs commissioner and former Marine captain Nicanor Faeldon disputed the claim of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV that he was expelled from the Magdalo group in 2006 saying that he was never part of the organization after all.
Despite being one of the key personalities in the 1986 People Power Revolution, former President Fidel Ramos has not openly opposed the impending burial of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.