One can already imagine the scheduling and logistical nightmare that will take place next year.
This nation was built by people of various races.
When minority non-Muslims are ready to live with the Muslims peacefully, why the need to discriminate against the former?
Do we care for the welfare of children as much as we care for the welfare of adults and those in power?
There is a clear link between family planning, women empowerment, and human capital development.
The biggest beneficiaries of the government's fuel subsidy will not be the lower- and middle-income groups.
While Malays have taken the initiative to unite their own 'household', we also need a narrative that involves all Malaysians.
Putrajaya needs to focus on corruption and socio-economic disparities in the next decade.
European public opinions on palm oil are orchestrated to create a state of fear.
They could have survived the general election outcome had they been independent and practised balanced news coverage.
Village heads, district officers and elected reps must encourage oil palm growers to seek MSPO certification.
Our way of life assimilates us; don’t let our politics keep us apart.
Vision 2020 has been retired but there’s little sign that Dr Mahathir Mohamad has internalised the lessons.
To those born in this country, there is only one class of citizenship and no one is superior or subordinate to another.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad should have paid more heed to the sensitivities of Malaysians when speaking at the Malay Dignity Congress on Sunday.
Good race relations should begin early, at school, not when the young have left school.
In his first stint as prime minister, Dr Mahathir Mohamad pushed for a law that would bar elected representatives from taking part in an election for five years after they resigned.
When a child needs protection, the police and Welfare Department must take action under the Child Act even if the parents of a child withdraw a complaint.
It is wrong to think that the non-Malays are hindering Malay progress, far from it.
There is a need to synchronise both the laws and enforcement mechanisms.
The project will require at least RM170 million to maintain annually and may lead to higher assessment rates for house owners in future.
It must truly benefit those who defend our country.
We want a robust workforce in the economy, not one that shouts for government intervention or expects handouts at every opportunity.
It is not easy for junior academic staff to decline requests from their influential seniors.