Sedition dragnet: Politics of the climate of fear

The use of anachronistic sedition law will hinder the development of an intellectual tradition in the country, says Mustafa K Anuar. While Malaysians in...

Malaysia at a crossroads

As the journey continues, there are times when the country’s downward spiral seems endless but we must not stop voicing our concerns and pushing...

On the Rohingyas and Aliran’s Crackdown Watch

While we cannot ignore the plight of the Rohingyas, we should not also forget the plight of Malaysians who are experiencing the brunt of...

Fools, fanatics and wise men

Let us all embrace the diversity of our fellow Malaysians by allowing them to exercise their beliefs without sacrificing our own, writes Faisal S...

Merdeka celebrations dampened by PPS arrests, Selangor crisis

But we should remember it is the rakyat who have for generations worked hard and made sacrifices to build this country to what it...

A kangkung of a cock-up!

Little did Malaysians expect that Najib would turn over a new leaf by ranting over the reduced price of kangkung, writes Mustafa K Anuar....

What’s with the Molotov cocktails and provocative banners?

The motives of those responsible for the provocative banners are sinister as they aim to create suspicion, misunderstanding and anger among people of different...

When Malaysian politics is all Bung-ed up

This country is dire need of direction and effective leadership that truly cares for the welfare of Malaysians, irrespective of creed, colour and class,...

‘You knock out one Karpal, a hundred Karpals will rise’

Guided by principles of justice and truth, Karpal Singh was at the forefront of the struggle to safeguard the constitutional rights of all Malaysians,...

A Requeim for Pakatan Rakyat?

In these trying times, genuinely concerned politicians who love the nation should perhaps look to some of the towering Malaysians and uphold the values...

May Day for Malaysia!

The huge public response to the May Day rally in Kuala Lumpur must have sent shivers down the spine of the powers that be,...

Another midnight shocker: National Security Council Bill

The bill is shocking because it will confer on the prime minister excessive powers in matters of national security, says Christopher Chong. First a...