Category: TheySaidIt

Lacson candidacy could shake, rattle and roll the 2022 presidential race [Manila Times]

From Yen Makabenta’s column in The Manila Times: Lacson is a plausible alternative candidate because he has chalked up a long and creditable record of service in the legislature, the executive and the police force. The exercise of power will not be foreign to him.

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Tulong Nila vs Tulong ni Ping [Abante]

From Carlito Evangelista’s column in Abante: Hindi isinapubliko ng mambabatas kung paano siya natulungan kaya si Danilo Medina na mismo ang nagkuwento sa Facebook ng pangyayari.

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Editorial: Herd Immunity [People’s Tonight]

From People’s Tonight: Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson has stressed anew the need for the Philippines to achieve “herd immunity” early to enable its devastated economy to recover soonest.

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Si Ping at native na manok [Abante Tonite]

From Carlito Evangelista’s column in Abante Tonite: Kaya nga ba kumikilos na din si Ping para malaman ang katotohanan sa likod ng pagbaha ng imported na karne sa bansa, lalo na ang manok at baboy.

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Aral sa kuwento ng nanay ni Ping [Abante Tonite]

From Carlito Evangelista’s column in Abante Tonite: Sa kuwento ng senador, may isang pangyayari daw na hindi niya malilimutan na noong maliit pa siya ay minsang umuwi na tuwang-tuwa ang kanyang kapatid dahil nakapulot ito ng pera habang naglalakad pauwi galing sa eskuwelahan.

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The Heroes of 2020 [Manila Standard]

From Rudy Romero’s column in the Manila Standard: Another Hero of the Year 2020 is Senator Panfilo Lacson. After his work on the proposed General Appropriations Act for 2021, he truly deserves to be called Mr. Budget. Over the years, the former police general from Cavite has made it his mission to be conversant with the nefarious operations – overpricing, lump-summing, insertions and concealment – associated with the structuring of the national budget, especially its public-works portion.

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The Outlier [Manila Standard]

From Lito Banayo’s column in the Manila Standard: Those who know the man enough also know that he would rather fight the good fight, regardless of the odds, a seeming Don Quixote jousting against the windmills of evil, fighting the unbeatable foe, regardless of public approbation or disapproval from peers—outlier if need be—just to be consistent with what upon his graduation from the Philippine Military Academy in the Class of 1971, he vowed: “What is right must be kept right; what is wrong must be set right.”

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Editorial: Need for (net) speed [People’s Journal]

From People’s Journal: From unwavering fidelity to the Constitution to high fidelity to life-enhancing technology, Sen. Panfilo M. Lacson relentlessly pursues practical but meaningful legislation. Motivated by the pressing need to strengthen the country’s digital backbone, Lacson thankfully threw his full support behind the government’s plan to provide free Wi-Fi, especially in far-flung areas, and to set up a national broadband program.

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Editorial: Act of responsibility [People’s Tonight]

From People’s Tonight: As Lacson said, let’s do our part in thwarting the spread of the virus even in our own little way.

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Editorial: Innovate and volunteer [People’s Journal]

From People’s Journal: Let us heed the counsel of a veteran lawmaker and former top law enforcer.

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