|Is Musa currying favour with the Prime Minister hoping to override Hishammuddin and get another year’s extension as IGP?
|Challenge to Hishammuddin to have opinion poll on Home Ministry website whether the prominent media photo of him and IGP as best of pals are genuine or just “for show”
|Farce and fiasco of 24-hr resignation of Titi Tinggi Assemblyman exposes total breakdown of authority of MCA leadership
|Meeting of Sabahans in the Klang Valley at PJ Civics Centre on April 18 at 2 pm
|With 10 days to his full-year as PM, Najib has lengthened his list of “dubious firsts” – this time, interfering with Perlis Speaker’s duties to act on the resignation of MCA Titi Tinggi Assemblyman
|Najib should give Liow Tiong Lai an ultimatum to resolve the Sabah health crisis where hospitals in Kota Kinabalu have been compared to Vietnam refugee camps or he should sack Liow and appoint new Health Minister
|Once Perlis Speaker has confirmed receipt of Titi Tinggi Assemblyman Yip Sun Onn’s resignation, it cannot be retracted or it could be challenged in a court of law
|Sabah State Assembly next month should pass special resolution to support RCI on 50 years of Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysia
|Berapa ramai Ahli Jemaah Menteri, termasuk Timbalan Perdana Menteri, yang mempunyai DNA 1Malaysia dan berupaya lulus tiga ujian mudah 1Malaysia?
|How many Cabinet Ministers, including the DPM, have the 1Malaysia DNA as to be able to pass three simple 1Malaysia tests?
|Why is Hishammuddin breathing down the neck of the media threatening “all hell to break loose” when all that is needed is a correction for any incorrect report about resignation of Musa Hassan as IGP?
|The 200 top SPM students should all be given full pre-university and university scholarships to usher in a new era of meritocracy
|Four MCA Ministers and seven deputy ministers should take collective official leave for next fortnight to concentrate on their party tussle in the run-up to the fresh MCA party elections on March 28
|Top 10 students and Top 10 schools in SPM 2009 a slap-in-the face to Muhyiddin’s list of High Performance Schools
|Najib has forgotten his first promise as PM that “The era where the government knows best is over”
|Is Hishammuddin involving police in greater political harassment of PR leaders when he should be asking the police to single-mindedly fight crime to make Malaysia a safe country?
|Najib will have no time for affairs of state as Prime Minister if he spends 10 hours a day on Facebook
|The indomitable spirit of several thousands who stood under heavy rain to hear Pakatan Rakyat leaders in Semboyan Halilintar ke Putrajaya ceramah perdana potent sign that the goal of Putrajaya is within reach
|Has Najib’s New Economic Model been hijacked by Neo-NEP Umnoputras like Perkasa forcing another delay in its announcement?
|Target of Pakatan Rakyat in Sarawak in the forthcoming state general elections to form the next State Government or BN two-thirds majority in Sarawak State Assembly
|Ong Tee Keat and RM12.5 billion scandal - leave with a bang and not in a whimper
|Najib losing battle for 1Malaysia when a rational and level-headed Umno leader like Second Finance Minister Husni could make a racist remark when he is under influence of Penang UMNO
|Cabinet on Wednesday should give “green light” for legislative action to allow state governments like Penang to restore local government elections
|MCA dignity and humiliation plumbing new historic lows
|First time in 56-year MCA history – fresh party leadership elections decided by external remote control
|Abdul Gani’s decision not to press charges against Al-Islam reporters without extracting public apology indefensible and dangerous precedent inimical to 1Malaysia concept
|Najib cannot find real comfort in PKR’s agonizing self-cleansing process when his 1Malaysia concept and Barisan Nasional are in such tatters
|5% oil royalty - why have the sons of the second and third Prime Ministers turned their backs on their father’s joint legacy to the states?
|Anwar Ibrahim will continue as Parliamentary Opposition Leader even if PKR MPs number less than DAP’s 28 MPs