The National Patriots Association says politicians holding government posts have to provide leadership, not fight among themselves for power.
The federal government has ‘put its right foot forward’ by taking on the state government over Orang Asli native land rights, says its president Arshad Raji.
The party’s secretary-general Takiyuddin Hassan says wearing attire similar to the Malaysian Army No 1 Dress is normal.
Admiral (rtd) Mohd Anwar Mohd Nor gives details of how LTAT got involved in the project and what it has done for armed forces veterans.
The NGO slams the Armed Forces Fund Board for their 'dishonourable and unacceptable' conduct.
It is normal for an incoming administration to replace some of those seen to have sided with the earlier administration and so the guessing game has begun: Who’s next?
National Patriots Association says its members will be actively involved in monitoring early voting, and calls on voters to do their patriotic duty and vote in GE14.
National Patriots Association chief dismisses fears of potential attacks to disrupt the general election, as expressed by IGP and the government.
Former military officer Captain Dr Wong Ang Peng says it was always a luxury to be able to go home for Chinese New Year celebrations.
Defence minister says Patriots practising 'double standards' by criticising National Service programme when they did not offer any suggestions before.
The National Patriots Association says the NS programme is like a holiday camp and has failed to produce patriotic youth who can be deployed in the service.
National Patriots Association urges the police and Armed Forces to do what is right for the country.
BG (Rtd) Arshad Raji says Rulers must form committee comprising responsible politicians from both ruling and opposition parties as govt has trust deficit.
Patriots association says its members are veterans who have served the country with pride and honour, and would do so again if Malaysia came under real foreign threat.