TMJ has vowed to be the people’s voice against the federal government’s weaknesses and mistakes, even if it makes him unpopular.
Patriot has rejected a Muslim group's petition to declare Malaysia an Islamic state, saying that the Federal Constitution must remain as the founding fathers intended.
Maria Chin Abdullah has expressed disappointment over Putrajaya’s decision to maintain two security laws that were under scrutiny from its leaders in the past.
Dr Mahathir says that the legal action mounted against the country’s former leaders for abuse of power and corruption was not motivated by a desire for revenge, but out of respect for the law.
Tunku Ismail’s hard-hitting comeback to Syed Saddiq’s birthday wishes for Tunku Idris.
Called out for being insensitive and opportunistic, Ahmad Dusuki sees nothing wrong with his recent social media remark linking the Sunda Strait tsunami to vice.
Kadir Jasin today warned Pakatan Harapan leaders, especially PPBM, against being too easy in allowing former Umno leaders to become party members just to add to party numbers.
Ramkarpal regards Umno representatives switching allegiance to Dr Mahathir as a “dangerous development” because it goes against the will of Malaysians who voted out the Barisan Nasional government in GE14.
MCA has yet to officially notify BN of its wish to disband the opposition n coalition, said Nazri Abdul Aziz.
TMJ's latest tweet has raised eyebrows on social media when he made a sarcastic jab, presumably at Dr Mahathir.
Ambiga criticised authorities for making Suhakam defer its Human Rights Day celebration tomorrow, saying this was bowing to organisers of a rally against an anti-discrimination treaty.
Siti Kasim today lashed out at Khalid Samad over the announcement that entertainment outlets in the city would have to abide by the 1am closing time stated in their licence beginning next year.