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She called it plain. We all heard her
raphael_vassallo
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 27-04

It would be unfortunate to have to conclude that the real motive behind all this highly damaging suspense is merely to inflict maximum political damage to an adversary

People will believe whom they want to believe
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 27-04

I’m impressed with how news stories are received, digested and absorbed by the public: it floors me...
Populism: a threat to democracy
Michael Falzon
Blogs 26-04

Some Nationalist diehards are beholden by the idea that Muscat’s methods are akin to a type of populism....
A university for the 21st century
Evarist Bartolo
Blogs 26-04

We acknowledge the successes of the past to strengthen higher education, but we cannot keep clinging to the pa...
Country, party, and the ‘best in Europe’
Ralph Cassar
Blogs 26-04

What is happening is totally Joseph Muscat’s fault. He defended his two buddies – Konrad Mizzi and...
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men
Frank Psaila
Blogs 25-04

These are not normal circumstances. The egg has cracked and all the Prime Minister’s horses and men are ...
So the proof really was in the pudding after all...
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 25-04

Looking back today, the seeds of this mess can be seen to have been planted a year ago, when the prime ministe...
Smells like an election
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 24-04

We shouldn’t have to wait around, with begging bowl in hand, until the government of the day starts dist...
Someone’s head will roll
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 24-04

When I broke the oil kickbacks scandal in January 2013, I had hard facts and documents. I presented them to th...
Don’t give us any leeway, because we just can’t handle it
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 20-04

It is not a very wise idea to give this nation any sort of absolution, or amnesty or waiver, when it comes to ...
Free healthcare, but at what cost?
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 20-04

The sustainability of the healthcare system has become one of our island’s most cherished political fair...
Facts not frenzy
Evarist Bartolo
Blogs 19-04

The rhetoric will get louder between now and election day, but it is worth collecting our thoughts and analysi...
The serpentine road of the defamation Bill
Ingram Bondin
Blogs 19-04

The Bill is attempting to put a special emphasis on insults as a way of committing defamation, potentially inc...
The politics of consensus
Ann Fenech
Blogs 19-04

Marlene Farrugia understands only too well that standing for election on one’s own, will counter-intuiti...
Go on, Sandro: make hay while the sun shines!
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 18-04

Nobody in the Labour camp seems to have any trouble believing their party would approach someone like Sandro C...
Coalition: To be, or not to be
Michael Falzon
Blogs 18-04

It seems to be a big gamble on Simon Busuttil’s part, that could lead to a quasi-Pyrrhic victory because...