National reconciliation, anyone?
Michael Falzon
Blaming the voters is one thing a political party should never do. Calling them insulting names is even worse
The psychology behind mass behaviour
Josanne Cassar
After 25 years in the wilderness of the Opposition, these diehard supporters are not going to just sit there and let the man who took PL to two landslide electoral victories in a...
Fatigue, just pure fatigue
Saviour Balzan

I'm sure that the intellect of Delia's strategy group at the moment is questionable to most of us. Positioning Delia as the arch-conservative against...

I'm sure that the intellect of Delia's strategy...

Hysteria is no basis for law

Ongoing assisted fertility debate is ignoring need for IVF law that reflects standards of modern science

Ongoing assisted fertility debate is ignoring need for IVF...

Iran nuclear deal on the brink
Matthew Bugeja

The deal is imperfect – but abandoning it is the worst option

The deal is imperfect – but abandoning it is the...

Beyond Instagram, there is real life
Evarist Bartolo

There is life beyond Instagram and Facebook. There are real people behind the profiles

There is life beyond Instagram and Facebook. There are real...

Politicians and conflict of interest
Arnold Cassola

The MPs practising a profession, in particular, have basically held Malta back from coming up with the necessary reforms

The MPs practising a profession, in particular, have...

When you resort to name-calling, you’ve already lost the argument
Josanne Cassar

The unacceptable comments made lately have also made me realise, not for the...

The unacceptable comments made lately have also made me...

Why IVF matters... even to the ‘justice’ crusade
Raphael Vassallo

An Opposition party that threatens to repeal aspects of important,...

An Opposition party that threatens to repeal aspects of...

Prosperity, but not for all

Economic growth is creating jobs and generating wealth; but it also fuels a construction boom that has led to higher property and (especially) rental prices

Economic growth is creating jobs and generating wealth; but...

Laying the cards on the table

Prof Andrew Azzopardi says that the changes proposed to the Embryo Protection Act dilute the focus on the dignity and protection of the human embryo and they...

Prof Andrew Azzopardi says that the changes proposed to the...

The disappearance of Labour’s ‘moral minority’
James Debono

Joseph Muscat made Malta a happier place for minorities but has Labour become...

Joseph Muscat made Malta a happier place for minorities but...

But it’s not ‘your Malta’, is it?
Raphael Vassallo

I feel a lot of sympathy for poor old Nas: who came here all smiles and enthusiasm for what he took to be an undiscovered island paradise...

I feel a lot of sympathy for poor old Nas: who came here...

The battle of the Little Bighorn
Saviour Balzan

If that referendum on EU accession had happened today, I’d only vote if someone pointed a gun at my temple

If that referendum on EU accession had happened today,...

The PN’s problem is its lack of consistency
Josanne Cassar

It is glaringly obvious that the PN has been split into two camps: those...

It is glaringly obvious that the PN has been split into two...

Out with the truth, and with the lies

The truth or otherwise of a situation cannot be ascertained by the number of people who attend a mass-meeting. This charade has gone on long enough: the only...

The truth or otherwise of a situation cannot be ascertained...

Crime, poverty, recidivism and restorative justice | Joseph Borg

Studies in family research confirm that crime tends to be concentrated in...

Studies in family research confirm that crime tends to be...

Our relationship with politics: it’s complicated
Josanne Cassar

There may be many who are happy to be led by the nose, but the number of those...

There may be many who are happy to be led by the nose, but...

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