The deluge of disaster politicians
It is the ordinary Malaysians who have shown that they do not need publicity in order to help those affected by the recent floods.
A sophisticated offer to embrace sanity and send kleptos packing
Is the cross-party agreement dangled by the prime minister too sophisticated for some of our MPs that they call it a bribe?
Zafrul must lose his banker’s hat
The Covid-19 crisis has given Tengku Zafrul Aziz an opportunity to show that he can use his knowledge of banks to help the people.
No space for democratic vanities when fighting an invisible killer
There's no shame in admitting the ultimate reason behind the virus emergency.
Give me liberty, and death too?
Today's royal command is the next best thing to a state of emergency to stop our disruptive politicians.
Editorial: Where we went wrong with our scoops
In exposing the ugly truth of our political pandemic, we may have distracted Malaysians from a greater threat.
When humour is an apt response to news of governments toppling
Sarcasm does not necessarily denote indifference; it can just as likely signify the triumph of hard-won wisdom over politics.
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