Voldemort returns
Joseph Muscat’s supporters and critics are at it again.
The real game in the migrant saga
Is it legal, the way that Malta is treating
The leisure of gods
If you think democracy and transparency are expensive –
The patriotism we owe ourselves
Patriotism – wrote Mark Twain in a serious mood
The good in the bad and the ugly
A memo to readers who, upon reading of Keith
A time that’s defining Robert Abela
In last week’s Sunday Times, an op-ed by Robert
Steward: If not now, when?
During a press conference devoted to how seriously the
Labour’s playbook catches coronavirus
When they tell you it’s not about the money,
Gateway to a golden age
I did not think I would live to see
Lessons from Babylon
Here’s a lesson from 2,800 years ago for anyone
The OPM men who would do it again
In the public inquiry into the assassination of Daphne
Silence is evidence
They came, they addressed the Judges, and the wolves
The general election we deserve
Imagine this. A general election is called tomorrow for
Enemy of the State
For the last several years, faced with many government
Abela’s can, Muscat’s worms
Consider these two extraordinary cases. A minister does the
Restoration won’t fix flawed democracy
It’s easier to gain five kilos than to lose
Keep an eye on fake news
To evaluate Robert Abela’s first week as Prime Minister,
Robert Abela faces the world
So, it’s Robert Abela, after all, who’s our next
Joseph Muscat’s insurance policy
One week to go and Labour gets a new
On Joseph Muscat’s watch
He kept insisting he wanted to resolve the Daphne
Ask what you can do for your country
A lot of us have spent over three years
No reconciliation without truth
President George Vella’s Republic Day speech has made the
Blame the system, not just the crooks
With the spotlight on the rot surrounding Joseph Muscat,
If Muscat won’t bail out, he must be pushed
After a tumultuous week, it is evident that Joseph
Our tough man in Castille
It shouldn’t need saying, but it’s part of our
The sanity of crowds
“What is there new to say?” asked Petra Caruana,
The Three Amigos Ride Again
The three Cabinet ministers with special involvement in the
Parliament should summon Neville Gafà
For too long, the press has declined to address
A dirty bill of health
No well-governed country is immune from corruption. Normally, however,
Identity Malta and Hitchens’ Razor
The late Christopher Hitchens, scourge of humbuggery, once formulated

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