Until PH finds the courage to confront the civil service, implement reforms it will remain a drag on this and any other administration.
In Malaysia, it’s not the crime that matters as much as one’s religious or racial background.
Putrajaya is now reaching out to North Korea, despite having nothing to gain and everything to lose from closer relations with Pyongyang.
It’s time PH leaders start prioritising the interests of the people and the nation instead of their own egos and ambitions.
Despite alarming signs of voter disenchantment in Tanjung Piai, prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad insisted that there was nothing to worry about.
The prime minister remains as elusive as ever on his plans to hand power to Anwar Ibrahim.
Non-Muslim Malaysians are citizens with equal rights and privileges and we refuse to accept second-class status in our own country.
By pandering to Ketuanan ideologues, PKR and DAP have been warned that if they push Mahathir too far, he has a nuclear option at hand.
We may have our differences at home with some local Muslim leaders but it shouldn’t blind us to the terrible plight of the Uighurs.
This young student displayed more courage and integrity than most of our politicians.
Many things don’t add up, like the absence of reports anywhere of an LTTE revival.
What exactly is going on? It is hard to figure out what vision animated the recently-announced 2020 budget.
Resolutions and statements at the recently concluded Kongres Maruah Melayu detailed the agenda of the emerging ‘Malaysia for Malay’ construct.
Dignity cannot be built upon bigotry, intolerance and extremism.
World leaders, including Malaysia's prime minister, were selective in their criticisms of nation-states at the recent UN General Assembly.
Voting BN to save PH might sound contradictory, oxymoronic even, but it might well be the kind of “tough love” that is needed to bring PH leaders to their senses.
Many Chinese schools are more multi-ethnic than national schools.
Umno has opted to dig the trenches of racism and extremism even deeper by working with an irreparably extremist party that has consistently rejected democracy, inclusiveness and religious tolerance.
Hostility and suspicion have shrouded our nation like the haze that is now choking us.
The spotlight is now back on China’s involvement in the whole affair.
We didn’t exorcise Umno from Putrajaya only to see its ghost stalk the halls of power again.
Or is the deportation of Turkish national Arif Komis and his family meant to get on the good side of the Erdogan regime.
Decades of Umno rule, of race-baiting and outright racist policies, of constantly belittling and disrespecting racial and religious minorities, of disowning them at every turn and seeing them as enemies, have taken its toll.
The controversial preacher is destabilising our country and destroying what remains of our fragile unity.