Unless remedial measures are taken soon, young Malaysians who have the world at their feet will move to greener pastures, warns Tommy Thomas.
The three judgments are poorly reasoned, the law misread and the conclusions reached would baffle any right-thinking student anywhere in the common law, says Tommy Thomas.
The Egyptian army is wholly responsible for causing the crisis in Egypt, and any junta rule, whether by puppets or directly, is doomed to fail, warns Tommy Thomas.
The Barisan/ROS decision of 17 April had an unintended consequence: it gave an opportunity to the three parties in Pakatan: Pas, the PKR and the DAP to become a closer union, writes Tommy Thomas.
Tommy Thomas demolishes the myth being propagated about how the next Prime Minister should be chosen after the conclusion of the general election.
The essence of the concept of a caretaker government is to equalise the position of the ruling party and the opposition in the lead-up to the polls, says Tommy Thomas.
Even a cursory consideration of the Pakatan performance as administrators of five states will establish that they are fair, reasonable and, most importantly, not corrupt, observes Tommy Thomas.
It is only the beginning of the struggle, says Tommy Thomas. There are many battles to engage in.
Tommy Thomas wonders if the Security Offences Bill is constitutional. The much inferior treatment of an accused when prosecuted under the Bill violates the fundamental right to equality, he points out.
Was Malaya ever colonised? Most definitely, according to Tommy Thomas, and by not one but four different colonial powers.