Nothing has changed as far as the 'mainstream' media's understanding of journalism is concerned.
The Malay party is in ruins today, exactly 72 years after its formation in 1946.
Long before he was named as Pakatan Harapan's candidate for prime minister, this editorial piece made the case for Mahathir to be declared as the coalition's PM-designate.
Opposition MPs showed good sense in just sitting back to let Najib show what a cheap stunt man he can be.
A preacher tells Muslims not to deal with non-Muslims, and they say that's okay.
Just ask the Sultan of Johor.
Muslims need to go back to Islam's principles of social justice and equality and forego some comforts to correct the wrong perceptions of their religion.
Beyond road signs and identification papers, have we truly given Bahasa Melayu its proper status by liberating it from narrow communal sentiments?
This Nazri-Karim episode has little, indeed nothing, to do with the so-called hotel tax.
Their silence in the face of the crackdown in Turkey tells Malaysians not to expect much from even the so-called moderate Islamists.
Malaysians want to know who will lead them if they are to vote out BN once and for all.
Now, any talk that there is still hope to change PAS borders on political eccentrism.
Thaqif cried for help invoking God's name. Now, we must not let his death be in vain.
Muslims are not insulted if he is called a monkey.
Muslims and Christians use the same Arabic word for two important birthdays.
A reconciliation between Anwar and Mahathir can ignite the spark needed to address the opposition's biggest weakness: political lethargy.