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Pangasinan is not for sale! — Gov Espino

NOTE: This is a post written in Filipino language and first appeared on Istorya newspaper




Governor Espino delivering his State of the Province Address

“Pangasinan is not for sale!“

Isa ito sa mga pinakamalaman na sinabi ni Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. sa kanyang State of the Province Adress( SOPA) 2015 kamakailan. Ito ay bilang reaksyon sa talamak na umano’y bigayan ng pera sa iba’t ibang opisyal ng Pangasinan para pumanig sa pwersa ng kabilang kampo.

Umani ito ng masigabong palakpakan mula sa libo-libong dumalo sa SOPA ng gobernador. Subalit kapansin-pansin ang paghikbi ng Unang Ginang. Marahil ay bunga ito ng mga sakit ng kalooban na pinagdadaanan nila sa mga nababalitaan nilang di patas na laban na ginagawa sa kanila ng kalaban.

Maging ang mga dumalo ay kinapanayan ng Istorya kung ano ang kanilang masasabi sa emosyonal na pahayag ng Gobernador.

Unity Walk ni Governor Espino at ng myembro ng Sangguniang Panlalawigan
Ayon kay Estrella Maniacop, isang guro na dumalo sa SOPA, sang ayon sya…

The Governor’s SOPA 2015

Pangasinan Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. delivers his State of the Province Address in front of thousands of Pangasinenses
Every year, we attend the State of The Province Address (SOPA). We cover it, as media practitioners. For the past 4 years, as a blogger.

This year, the Governor’s report is in Tagalog, oops Filipino language. More direct, more concise. More interesting for the common people, more comprehensive. The audience understood. They appreciated that SOPA was in Filipino.

The report was of course, expectedly good. Positive. It can be said that our provincial government is working. To attain its mission and vision, that id to make Pangasinan the Number 1 province.

The report was attached here.

Governor Amado T. Espino. Jr.’s report to the people of Pangasinan
Governor Amado T. Espino. Jr.’s report to the people of Pangasinan 
We have uploaded a video of a report from Comm Asia TV‘s Pangasinan Watch newscast and you can watch the video by clicking the link Pangasinan Watch SOPA 2…

Vice President Binay formally opens JoeyRadio Dagupan

Joeyradio.com is an independent online radio in Dagupan City that opens its doors to an online global radio audience. Will formally launch on March 2, 2015 at the upper floor of the New Leaf Restaurant in Malta Village, no less than the Vice President of the Republic will grace the said occasion as the Guest of Honor and Speaker.

In an interview with Joey Dela Cruz, popularly known as JoeyBaby, one of the brains of JoeyRadio online, he said that having an online radio that caters to the growing needs of the netizens in Pangasinan and the world.

” A lot of mainstream radio stations have long embraced their online presence but very few among them has really niched on focusing on the online audience. Their online audience seem to be unnoticed. JoeyRadio solves that issue and since majority of the Filipinos are online, we can tap a huge listener base,” says Joey dela Cruz.

Dela Cruz who has been with the Pangasinan broadcasting scene for a long time. He is a popular DJ at the defunct DW…

The Philippines needs a Duterte!

Davao City, the territory of the Dutertes is the 4th most livable city in the world.

It is safe. It is peaceful and progressive. It is where criminals do NOT dare go. Or they do, but do not mess with.


The Mayor here is Rodrigo ‘Digong’ Duterte. Some call him Dirty Harry. He is a lawyer, a Bedan. He is the son of former Governor Vicente Duterte. It was his mother Soledad that he learned a lot about life, the social and economic problems of the people, especially the youth, out of school youth, women, children and the disabled.



In his talk with civic groups, leaders and influencers in Dagupan City, Mayor Duterte told the real story in Mindanao. He wanted Filipinos to increase their awareness on Mindanao.

How all this war and conflict began, tracing it since Magellan conquered the Philippines and declared that all inhabitants in that part of the archipelago are declared colony of Spain’s King Phillip II. But the datus, the maharlikas and the Moros fiercely refused. And the rest is history.

Wh…