Language should not be used as a weapon to discredit a person or create a distraction from the real crux of the matter.
Statements with racial overtones are still coming from people who do not realise that the country has moved on.
Umno can no longer rely on God or blame Him for its fall.
It goes without saying that any unfavourable outcome from Petronas’ action will also affect Sabah.
Sabahans have many questions on the Trans-Sabah Gas Pipeline project following yesterday's revelations by Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.
Malaysians should give Shafie Apdal a chance to do his job and prove his worth.
Education Minister Maszlee Malik should clear the air on claims regarding his ideological leanings and alleged support for Zakir Naik.
Umno's 'Kool-Aid' concoction has seen it and its former leader, Najib Razak, fall from the heights of power.
As the GE14 campaign enters the final lap, more and more politicians and others are using this four-letter word.
This general election could see the most number of promises in an election, ever.
All politicians are actors to various degrees, with many putting on their best performances in the run-up to elections.
Have Malaysians become conditioned to expect handouts and gifts at every political event?
PBS once controlled the Sabah government, but over the years, many senior party leaders have left thanks to the lacklustre performance of its top leadership.
Najib Razak and BN have promised numerous times that Sabah and Sarawak's rights under MA63 will be restored, but the ambiguous words 'realised by consensus' in their manifesto may leave some doubtful.
PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang should have realised much earlier in the political game that if the government really wanted to pass the bill, it would have tabled it through normal channels.
Employers act as if they own the maids and the ‘don't care’ attitude is present in the individual right up to the crony who runs the agency and the heads of enforcement in the various government departments.
The Uighur community have long suffered oppression and discrimination, and Thailand’s request to apprehend and return Uighurs who might have entered Malaysia is a timely reminder that we need a just and compassionate refugee policy.
How will the prime minister deal with the country's ageing population whose EPF savings are insufficient for a decent retirement?
Writer says that Christian phraseology does not often translate well in non-church settings and sometimes can give rise to misunderstanding.
China has made negotiations on a so-called Code of Conduct (COC) to resolve maritime disputes in the South China Sea the centrepiece of its diplomatic strategy in dealing with Asean. If the COC is Asean’s best hope, it’s game over for the region.
Malaysia has an obligation to cooperate with other countries in the apprehension of terrorists and criminals, but this process needs to be open and transparent, rather than secret and ad hoc.
Why wholeheartedly defend the granting of PR status to foreign extremists but deny those born here the right to citizenship?