COMMENT | How the paths of Mujahid Yusof Rawa and sometime collaborator Abdul Rahman diverged
COMMENT | From baulked candidate to an untrammelled one, the doctor feels rejuvenated for the Rantau polls.
SOUNDINGS FROM SEMENYIH | Nine months after GE14, voters sigh over promises unkept, perhaps even unkeepable.
COMMENT | Recent debate on bogus degrees bypasses a more essential need: intellectual ability.
COMMENT | The IGP and DIGP's replacements should only get to keep their jobs if they find the 'disappeared'.
COMMENT | A test of the New Malaysia is in knowing much on this question – and assuming little.
BOOK REVIEW | 'Hong Kong Confidential' speaks to our current concerns with the civil service.
COMMENT | One would think Anwar would hesitate to use the term, having been called a 'liberal' himself.
COMMENT | The PKR leader's responses to charges of nepotism reflect poorly on his intellection.
COMMENT | The gaps among their professions and actual execution are widening.
COMMENT | His detractors are not convinced he wants to replace wife Wan Azizah.
COMMENT | PKR, DAP exposed as rank amateurs in jousting over speaker and deputies issue.
COMMENT | DAP and PKR should not have pushed for the persons they did for the role.
COMMENT | Ignored for elevation to the apex court, his judicial mettle should be rewarded.
COMMENT | Any equation between Turkey's autocrat and Dr M is fraught with peril.
COMMENT | The chief concern of PKR's Selangor MB nominee was simian behaviour in Ijok.
COMMENT | The static between the politician and the scribe has a longer history than presently suspected.
Kula says due process is necessarily slow but must be extended to all.
COMMENT | GST? Kleptocracy? Bigotry? Nah - it's the absence of a core curriculum.
COMMENT | The crucial line that swung Nik Aziz's son, Nik Omar, to Amanah and Harapan.
COMMENT | Ex-inhouse critic becomes status quo stalwart while critic-turned-fellow traveller now a gadfly.
GE14 | M Kulasegaran says the nomination process is still in analogue rather than digital age.
COMMENT | As iconic images go, a teary Mahathir talking to a kid recalls Tunku's speech 30 years ago.