What the hell is wrong with investing overseas lah? As an EPF member, that was my first thought when people were losing their heads
Those who complained about government debt don't understand the simple concept of one's assets are other's debts and one's debts are other's assets.
It's tempting to see Najib and Mahathir as a tired choice between Coke and Pepsi. Lots of decent, thoughtful folk argue there's no difference
#IniKaliLah. Pakatan officials have total confidence in their candidate for prime minister. They gloat that the ferocity of attacks against Mahathir suggests BN is
"I admit many left or stopped supporting UMNO when I left. Now that I am back, and if they think that my struggle is
Awkward is how I would describe it. A few weeks ago, Mahathir took a widely publicized trip to the cinemas, perhaps eager to prove
From the formation of new political parties, street rallies, re-elections and Tissot watches, 2017 was truly a colourful year for the nation's politics.
The 14th General Election should've been a ridiculously easy win for Pakatan. Powered by unfiltered social media, anti-government populism is surging globally, making long-ruling