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How can anyone obtain RM90m in loans without alarm bells ringing?

Angry Malaysian finds it difficult to fathom how anyone could muscle such a large amount out of the banks. I refer to the curious...

Our hand in the Malaysian debacle

We have sacrificed morality and social justice in exchange for the mercenary goal of profiteering, laments Ramesh Ganapathy. It is not a great time...

Sarawak voters can deliver message to Najib

A big BN win in this Sarawak state election will send the wrong message to Najib and his cohorts in Putrajaya that the rakyat...

Padang Tembak farmers – The battle continues

Jeyakumar Devaraj plans to lobby state governments to initiate an amendment to the National Land Code that would require them to set up a...

Malaysia’s RM45bn food import bill: Learn from Denmark’s self-sufficiency

Malaysia can learn several lessons from Denmark in the food sector, which we must quickly implement to reduce our dependence on imports, says Benedict...

Penang BN parties putting their feet into their mouths

The expression of concern exhibited by Penang Gerakan over the Taman Manggis controversy is as flimsy as a torn piece of used tissue, writes...

Making attorney general head of Bar Council a super idea

Wishful Accountant believes both the proposer and seconder should be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize as this may be the best idea ever...

Walking in the footsteps of the Tiger: Remembering Karpal Singh

While speaking out is important, taking action is even better. Vince Tan hopes to see more young tigers drawing inspiration from the Tiger of...

Malaysian youths should debate policies with facts, not emotions

Dharishaan Vengadesan meets youth leader Kishva Ambigapathy, who believes in the enormous potential of the growing number of youths. Coming from a developing nation,...

RM2.6bn donation: The truth is still out there

Fearful hopes that, unlike in the X-Files, the truth will be revealed to us before GE14. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, in confirming that...

More Malaysians kidnapped off Sabah: Bring culprits to book

Angry Malaysian is one of many who are furious at the thought of the kidnappers and murderers off the coast of Sabah getting away...

The cardinal sin of 1MDB

Wishful Accountant explores the biggest mistake surrounding debt-saddled 1MDB, which is now the focus of global investigations. There was just one big mistake about...

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