When political fever strikes, even smart people want to be fooled sometimes. And that’s how fake news spreads.
The silly season escalates as die-hard political supporters retreat deeper into their black-and-white world.
IF Sabah and Sarawak had a stepfather, many Sabahans and Sarawakians would say it was Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
PAYAU sama payau lawan, harimau gembira (when the deer fight each other, the tiger will be happy). That’s the political scenario in Sabah.
It’s a mistake to predict the outcome of GE14 based on a narrow range of voter views and issues.
There are many ways to play political mind games, including using black swans and tipping points.
Knowledge of wise old sayings can help you navigate our hectic political landscape.
“SEPANGGAR has everything. You name it,” a 50-something Chinese businessman told me.
IT was a hot Monday morning in Johor Jaya, a suburb of the Pasir Gudang parliamentary constituency.
How the Government addresses ketum addiction is a hot topic among Siamese voters in northern Kedah.
Video clips and photographs on social media are increasingly used to spread fake news by some people.
There is much to chew on when the election options are hard to swallow.
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