Except for Amanah which raised some real concerns about the welfare of this nation, recent party AGMs displayed personal egos.
The pointless politics of race and religion going on unrelentingly in the country can be fertile ground for extremist elements to exploit.
Everyone from the Chinese community was involved in the growth of TARUC but MCA is claiming the prize as its own.
State governments must make it a policy to encourage estate employers to set aside land for house ownership programmes.
It is almost as if Pakatan Harapan made a U-turn on some of the promises made before GE14.
Azhar Harun says he is a staunch advocate of the doctrine of separation of powers.
The deep state has always been there, but comes to the fore when things are imagined to be politically, economically and socially unsettling.
Our public healthcare system continues to suffer, and with it the people, but private healthcare providers are making money.
The return of Chin Peng's ashes has caused widespread dismay and anger, much of it silent, because it rekindles memories of the insurgency’s atrocities and horrors.
Retractions and apologies are often used as an expedient or hypocritical way to cover up deliberate transgressions.
If we really want to talk about Malay culture, put down the guitars, sell off the drum kits, and go have fun with the gamelan.
The recent function in Kajang was held not to celebrate CPM's struggle but to mark the anniversary of the peace treaty between it and the Malaysian government.
It’s only common sense not to allow public bodies, including the police, to probe themselves.
Chin Peng led a group of violent rebels that terrorised and slaughtered fellow Malayans.
Pakatan Harapan promised to review laws that discriminate against women, yet these policies have remained untouched.
If at all there is an issue with Chin Peng’s ashes, it has got to do with smuggling them into the country.
To be at peace with itself in 2020, our nation has to bring to closure some vexatious unfinished business.
Chin Peng was centrally involved with the Japanese fascists who were in the Axis with Hitler’s Germany, yet people are more riled up about the former CPM leader.
Those most affected by the shenanigans will be the common folk.
This law has to be defended, although some amendments may be needed to ensure there is no abuse.
The only way to move forward is to abandon the ideologies and methods that have failed us and to reduce politicking by opening up the government to more parties.
Had this been a mixed martial arts contest, the referee would have stopped the fight and declared a knock-out.
The government has introduced several corrective measures in the industry since taking over in May last year.
Engagements with stakeholders for both projects has been minimal.