Mariam Mokhtar on Insult, Intolerance, Insensitivity and Idiocy

A study of JAKIM, a billion-ringgit taxpayer-funded organisation which excels in wasting the rakyat’s money.

Liew Chin Tong: New PN Order Marks End of BN

Post-Sheraton Coup, the immediate need for Umno, PAS and Bersatu to have more seats to distribute among themselves will alter the political landscape in massive ways.

Danger Lurks in Drive-In Cinemas

Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu must have been beaming with pride when launching the country’s first drive-in cinema in Ipoh, a brainchild of his.

Mariam Mokhtar on GE-15

If we stop doing the right thing, even something as simple as criticising politicians for their shortcomings, this country will surely fail.

Hisham Lied, Too Afraid to Defend Country’s Sovereignty Against China Intrusion

For three months, Chinese coast guard vessels met with no resistance or protest from Muhyiddin’s government as Beting Patinggi Ali (Luconia Shoals) was consistently breached.

Mariam Mokhtar on Asyraf’s Claims That the Youth are Bored with...

Asyraf Wajdi claims that the youth are bored with the three Rs.

Our Half-Past-Six Lawmakers

The unparliamentary behaviours of our lawmakers in the august house made circuses looked tame by comparison.

Patriot Tells Rowdy MPs: Resign if You Can’t Behave

Veterans group Patriot today hit out at rowdy MPs for their inappropriate conduct in the Dewan Rakyat.

Mariam Mokhtar on New Speaker Azhar Harun

Azhar slow in censuring the Umno-Baru Baling MP for his racist / sexist slurs.

How UMNO-PAS Scammed Malay-Muslims Again

Muhyiddin admits Tabung Haji not controlled by non-Muslims.

Ong Kian Ming: Art, Art, Wherefore Art Thou, Art?

The decision by Azhar bin Azizan @ Harun, better known as Art Harun, to accept the appointment as the new Speaker for the Dewan Rakyat shocked many of the PH MPs

Hannah Yeoh: Anwar, Shafie, Dr M’s United Front Silver Lining to...

The one silver lining to come out of the “disastrous” changing of the Dewan Rakyat speaker yesterday was the united front by opposition leaders Anwar, Dr Mahathir and Shafie.

Muhyiddin’s Slim Support

Umno Youth chief Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki has questioned if the Perikatan Nasional government can be sustained.

Stereotyping Leads to Inadvertent Racism

Every now and then, there will be reports about Malaysians being racist by barring people from an entire continent from staying in a condominium or rooms are only let out to those of a specific race.

Khalid: It’s Do or Die for PM Come Monday

Monday is a do-or-die Parliament session for Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.

Dennis Ignatius: Sabah Voters Must Punish the Frogs

Frogs are in politics only for what they can get; the people be damned.

Siti Kasim: Of ‘Frogs’, Sabah and Changing Malaysian Politics

The choice facing Sabah voters, between a multi-ethnic, multi-religious, progressive Sabah and those who jumped to support a Malay-first, Peninsula-imported character of politics.

Chin Tong: Charge Against Guan Eng to Counteract Najib’s Conviction

Lim Guan Eng was charged on Friday for allegedly soliciting bribes because PN wanted to “equalise” it with Najib's conviction.

Mariam Mokhtar: Why Are We So Lenient with the Felon Najib?

Law enforcers have been lax in their efforts to make Najib respect the court.

Kit Siang: The Lesson from the New Political Persecution of Guan Eng, Betty Chew

After 55 years in Malaysian politics fighting for a better Malaysia, Kit Siang was inclined to take a back seat, but it was not to be.

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