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Meeting our meat

Meeting our meat

DO you unnecessarily kill animals? Do you eat meat? We often consider these to be two different questions. I don’t believe they are. Many upstanding citizens who would not hurt a fly eat deli meats or Big Macs quite comfortably. They would never kill a living thing but have no trouble enjoying a chunk of […]

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In the shade

IF birds could speak, what would they say about the way we live that has resulted in increasing temperatures not just for humans but also for other Earthlings?

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And if all other measures fail in winning an election, you can always try prayer, as stated on this poster with PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat.

A poster is worth a thousand votes?

THEY say a picture is worth a thousand words. In Hulu Selangor, if a poster is worth a 1,000 votes, Barisan Nasional (BN) would win the by-election hands down. The BN has literally “gone to town” with their campaign posters. Over a dozen different poster designs proclaim the wonders of the BN government in this […]

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The country waits expectantly to see what voters in this PKR stronghold will actually decide on 31 May.

A by-election skimpy on issues

IT has been nearly a week of campaigning here in Penanti, and the by-election still seems skimpy on issues. True, all the candidates have revealed their “manifestos”, but none of them seem to be too specific. Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) candidate Dr Mansor Othman has been the most strategic in releasing his manifesto, charter and […]

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These are Thai, Chinese and Malay Malaysian voters from Kampung Tun Sardon. They tell The Nut Graph they just want the politicking to end and their welfare taken care of.

Penanti heats up

THE Penanti by-election is the first in three decades which the Barisan Nasional (BN) has decided not to contest. But what initially started off as a quiet and sleepy campaign has perked up in the past 48 hours, with one independent candidate, Aminah Abdullah, alleging that Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) tried to bribe her. PKR […]

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Eli a no-show but support remains

KUALA LUMPUR, 13 April 2009: It has been almost two months since she wrote a farewell note to her constituents. With a hint of resignation in her last press statement, which is posted on her blog, Bukit Lanjan assembly[person] Elizabeth Wong bade her supporters adieu as she took a leave of absence to go overseas […]

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