Monthly Archives: October 2016

Five reasons why Trump will win

By Michael Moore Friends: I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I gave it to you straight last summer when I told you that Donald Trump would be the Republican nominee for president. And now I … Continue reading

Posted in Foreign News

SMK St Teresa hall catches fire, losses estimated at RM1 million

  KUCHING: Fire destroyed the hall of 131-year-old SMK St Teresa here yesterday, causing losses of up to RM1 million. Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) personnel reached the site at 5.07pm and extinguished the fire at 5.42pm. According to Sister … Continue reading

Posted in Here and There

Professor who’s predicted 30 years of presidential elections correctly is doubling down on a Trump win

    The Washingston Post Last month, the man who’s tried to turn vote prediction into a science predicted a Trump win.Allan J. Lichtman, distinguished professor of history at American University, said Democrats would not be able to hold on to … Continue reading

Posted in Foreign News

Why audit NOW, what about 1MDB, Rafizi asks

KUALA LUMPUR: Sending the Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM) to audit the National Oversight & Whistleblowers Centre (NOW) is an unusual move, PKR lawmaker Rafizi Ramli said, questioning if this was some sort of political harassment. Rafizi, who was summoned … Continue reading

Posted in PKR Updates

IGP’s talking nonsense, says Maria

PETALING JAYA: The nation’s top cop was “talking nonsense” when he claimed Bersih 5 organisers deliberately broke the rules by refusing to apply for a permit to hold their rally in a bid to attract worldwide attention, Maria Chin Abdullah … Continue reading

Posted in Bersih, Police

Greater Malay participation likely for Bersih 5

PETALING JAYA: Bersih 2.0 today claimed that the backing it has received from the Malay community, who were largely absent in last year’s Bersih 4 rally, is encouraging. Its treasurer Thomas Fann also hoped that the support the group has … Continue reading

Posted in Bersih

Pandikar Amin: If I’m a disgrace, so are all MPs

Pandikar Amin chairing a sitting in Parliament  KUALA LUMPUR: Parliament Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia hit out at Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng for calling him a disgrace, saying MPs can disagree with his decisions via the proper channel. … Continue reading

Posted in Parliament

When a Datuk dishonours his title

By Mariam Mokhtar When a Datuk is found to have committed a crime, he should be stripped of the title. Perhaps Parliament should debate a motion seeking a law to provide for this. We are told that the title is … Continue reading

Posted in Here and There

Money politics pervasive, admits minister

KUALA LUMPUR: Money politics is quite pervasive in Malaysia, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Paul Low said. Low, the chairman of the National Consultative Committee on Political Financing, said: “Because it’s unregulated, money politics becomes quite pervasive, both in … Continue reading

Posted in Corruption

Monster snatch thief biker nabbed

© Provided by Malay Mail Online In this grab from the video that has gone viral, the suspect is seen ramming his motorcycle into the victim’s face. KLANG, Oct 26 — Justice has prevailed as the monster involved in an … Continue reading

Posted in Crime