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Religious policing gone awry

If you are an honest man booking your family into a budget hotel, you better bring evidence that you are married. You never know.

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Calling all moderate youths

LET me start by expressing my deepest sympathy to everyone affected by the floods. The calamity is unprecedented and I hope all of us will do whatever we can to help the victims.

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Here's for a better 2015

As we step into the new year, let us do more to promote the positive values of freedom, liberty and moderation.

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Are we really free to talk?

Although extremists must be countered, something inside many moderates may be saying we should restrain ourselves.

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House buyers, learn your rights

You should read your Sale and Purchase Agreement carefully, and in greater detail if the developer says that it is ‘just a formality’

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Tax system should not discriminate

Working and saving are positive attributes that should be encouraged, so taxing spending through consumption taxes is preferable.

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How our money is spent

The government presents its Budget yearly, but we must remember that the money – how funds are allocated, and how goodies are disbursed – is from the rakyat.

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Open up the government

It is really important for those in the administration to pursue a healthy relationship with groups that can be their ‘critical friends’.

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Liberty and justice in practice

In Scotland, both sides in the referendum campaign have put forward political, economic and cultural arguments to support their calls.

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Learn from the dynamics in PAS

The progressives are usually the ones engaging with non-Muslims and urbanites, but the conservatives are still firmly in control of the party.

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Why Selangor's Khalid must go

In our Westminster system, the party nominates as MB a person whom it believes commands the greatest confidence from the state legislative assembly members. When the party loses confidence in you, then it is time for you to step down gracefully.

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The new face of the Conservatives

Although David Cameron may be taking his party on a dubious path, no one can deny that the British Prime Minister has shown leadership.

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