KL Chan dispels some conspiracy theories.
S. Jamal Al-Idrus (@walksi69) shares with us his birthday hopes for Malaysia.
A constitutional history lesson.
Marcus van Geyzel calls on us to keep moving in the right direction.
Yap Jin Rui remembers her late grandfather and the kind of politics he stood for.
The emperor has a small dong.
Ed Soo on why we shouldn’t be afraid of “big bad PAS”
What happened when Edmund Bon spoke at a DAP ceramah.
To our relief, the Parliament has finally been dissolved and the election date has been set. Enjoy the few weeks of freedom while you can. For the past five years, the people have been subordinate to the leaders; for now, the leaders are subordinate to the people.
Will hunky dory publicity stunts and cash handouts save the ruling government this time?
Celebrating beauty, strength, vulnerability, enduring independence of weeds. Watch them take over party flags.
What the Constitution doesn’t say about a caretaker government. Syah disagrees with Bon.
What do Shahrizat, Taib, and Altantuya’s killers have in common?
Why the assets declaration ain’t gonna happen.
Bridget Welsh on the effect of the legacies of Lee Kuan Yew and Mahathir.
When we stubbornly start taking sides – what does it say about us?
Bridget Welsh makes some important points about Malaysian media’s political coverage.
17 September, 8 to 10.30 pm.
5 reasons why people join politics.