Category: Local News

Tourists Flee Olongapo  Sex Bars In Fear Of Arrest

By PREDA News Reporter   During the presentation at IOWA State University Father Shay Cullen told a audience of 600 professors, clergy, human rights activist and students that following the undercover work of retired Australian police and US ICE agents sex tourists are leaving Olongapo and Subic sex tourists areas. “The wave of human slavery…

Philippine independence declared in 1898

During the Spanish-American War, Filipino rebels led by Emilio Aguinaldo proclaim the independence of the Philippines after 300 years of Spanish rule. By mid-August, Filipino rebels and U.S. t roops had ous ted the Spanish, but Aguinaldo’s hopes for independence were dashed when the United States formally annexed the Philippines as part of its peace treaty with Spain. The Philippines, a large island archipelago situated off Southeast Asia, was colonized by the…

100 Years of Beauty: Philippines: 1960s

Former Herald columnist hits big with Cut.com Michael Gaston, creative director and co-founder of Cut.com, is making waves with his hilarious and entertaining short videos of topics like “grandmas smoking weed for the first time.” Cut, the company that brought us the hilariously awkward “Truth or Drink,” is also popular for its “100 Years of…

VeepBinay is under hot water

VeepBinay is under hot water. He must’ve pissed off somebody for all these allegations of corruption to surface in the most opportune time. But the Veep is unmoved by all these accusations of graft and corruption. He is holding fast and not giving up the idea of becoming the next president of the Philippines. And…

The Bureau of Customs Commissioner John P. Sevilla resigned from his position. In an interview with local news, he intimated that the Bureau is one of the most corrupt agencies in the Philippines. Really? Sevilla was appointed to the top post because he seemed to be the one person that could clean out the bureau.…