The thoughtless slave is a happy slave – Kevin Cassar
“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely
Hunters take aim at democracy – Ranier Fsadni
After years of shooting down flamingos, swans and other
Jason Micallef’s disgust – Kevin Cassar
Not even Jason Micallef, ONE chairman, and Emanuel Cuschieri,
Why our leaders fail us – Ranier Fsadni
It used to be a clash of the titans.
Extreme function
Those extremists at Moviment Graffitti were at it again.
Who’s really in charge? – Kevin Cassar
Steve Cachia gave an interview to Noticias Agricolas in
Fresh faces, same old hands – Ranier Fsadni
What do Victoria Buttigieg, Angelo Gafà, Miriam Dalli and
Summer in Malta is the bomb
Another fireworks factory has exploded, spewing toxic smoke, torching
Cutting parliament short  – Jacques René Zammit
I happened to come across a random OneTV clip
Labour undermining security – Kevin Cassar
“The news was dominated by the story of Iosif
Better than the BBC, almost as good as RT – Ranier Fsadni
In case you missed it, PBS has declared that
Malta is a zoo – Ryan Murdock
Malta is an open-air zoo, but the keepers are
The flipside of freedom
What then is freedom if not the power to
The happy fibber – Kevin Cassar
“I am very happy,” Edward Zammit Lewis declared. Had
Keeping up appearances – Ranier Fsadni
One of life’s mysteries is how two men could
The perils of renting in Malta – Ryan Murdock
Roadwork is in the news again as excavators create
Compliance in their words
GRECO (the Group of States against Corruption), the Council
Impunity rules
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. On 29 June
The hippopotamus phase of corruption
The corruption of a free society is a multi-phase
New museum for Malta’s most lucrative industry
Malta is finally getting a museum celebrating its most
Are we what we are?
The Eurovision is a welcome appointment of distracting entertainment
Evarist Bartolo blames you
The nerve of some politicians. In Evarist Bartolo’s recent
The speaker who can’t speak – in more ways than one
The inarticulate thug occupying the post of Speaker of
War and conflict: lessons in democracy
Anġlu Farrugia cut a sorry figure in parliament on
Only allegations, just speculation
Ian Borg misled parliament.  On 8 November,  Borg told
Parliament of howls
It’s a funny old world. There are crowned midgets
The honeymoon is over
The honeymoon is over and the piper wants to
The rules of the game
There was nothing illegal about it. At least not
Propagandist in chief
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. A video of
The grey list is getting greyer
Malta is a world leader in setting standards for

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