This is a great find, thanks. Just a few comments, though.
I settled down to browse through the site enthusiastically, recognizing that the 1950's wasn't really a strong suit of mine in any sense. But I got offed pretty quick.
Not to start any "debate" of any sort, and realizing that anyone who writes about historical facts writes from a pre-set armory, if you like, of preconceptions, I was nevertheless miffed when the the word "democratic" was used to describe the elections of 1949 and its aftermath. In my humble opinion, the wrong adjective was used.
"Democratic" hardly describes the ouster from the legislative chamber of representatives from the left-wing Democratic Alliance; a Roxas-orchestrated ouster designed to pave the way for the passage of onerous pro-American legislation, the Parity Amendment being the most notorious.
I'll treat this site as a mine of data, nothing more. For interpretations of provided data I will definitely look for other, less tendentious sources.
On another note: It's interesting how the 1990's era websites (represented here by this geocities site) provide so much more information relative to what the contemporary sites dish out. An effect of the "blog-ification" of the internet? Seems that when the wire is full of teenagers typing away and telling the world about bad hair days, a lot of better information gets, sadly, drowned out.