Mirror, mirror, on the wall
These days, it seems the Maltese public is doing
The skill behind the billboards
Electoral results matter more than billboards, which in any
The vote as a message
Many people are wondering how to vote on Saturday.
How to fail as a State
It is easy to trip up over the details
The real choices in the European Parliament election
The first leaders’ debate on TVM didn’t matter. We
The judges go marching in
When the President swore in the three new judges
How to prove the Press Freedom Index wrong
So, this year’s World Press Freedom Index reports that
Circus without nets
A unfortunate misunderstanding is haunting Europe. It just doesn’t
A darkening horizon
Liberal critics of the current state of Maltese politics
Politics of angry triumphalism
Should you today pay brief attention (I’d recommend it)
Dangerous liaisons and the news
A new Reformation is underway in Europe and North
Why all the flowers go
Another vigil, another clean sweep of the flowers and
Return of the Middle Ages
They are the best of times, they are the
The rise of the brazen lie
At some point over the last three years, a
Lurve for country
We have been warned. A pandemic of love of
Why I’d like to sell passports
Here’s a nice proposal to enrich everyone by selling
Googling Joseph Muscat
It was a point of honour, Joseph Muscat said
Corruption destroys unity
Malta’s significant drop in the Corruption Perceptions Index has
Passport-selling patriots
May’s MEP elections are expected to pit liberal democratic
Chronicle of a grab foretold
The details may be dizzying but the outline is
Liberal laws, illiberal uses
A lot has been said about the judge, Giovanni
The other party crisis
The meaning of every crisis borrows from others looming