Comparisons are indeed odious. That much can be said when we see historical events, political figures and pretty much anything else of a political or historical nature being lumped with one another. These comparisons can be applied to any other field quite frankly, be it culture, socio-economics or any other field for that matter. At […]Read More Why the Unvaccinated Claim Victimhood
All eyes now turn to the Social Spending bill debates, and the role that both parties, as well as the the Presidency, will play in its destiny.Read More The Biden Enigma – What has he done?
There is an urgent need to start thinking about how we can run our economies without growth, and a range of economic alternatives may now show us how to do just that.Read More Can we create Healthy Economies without growth?
In a reality where the cloud of national pride is increasingly used to cover up the oceans of underlying issues beneath, one ought to consider how recognising a problem is better than pretending it doesn’t exist.Read More In Defence of Grech’s Unpatriotic Sentiment
Our country is in shambles. Being Maltese is presently not something to boast about beyond our COVID-infested shores. We are Maltese; the ones who ‘blow journalists up’, who ‘sell passports’, who ‘had most of the Police traffic department arrested’, and now, those who harbour COVID-19. The rapid deterioration of the virus’s containment is indeed a […]Read More The Betrayal Of A Country
“Il-ġurnalisti huma raġuni ewlenija għaliex il-Laburisti jibqgħu jiżdiedu f’Malta” Robert Musumeci, lawyer, architect and wiseman of Malta informed us a few months back. “M’għandix bżonn li inti tibgħatli l-mistoqsijiet biex niftaħ magisterial inquiry,” Ian Abdilla, head of the Economic Crimes Unit. “So when was it opened then?” asked Jacob Borg from the Times of Malta. The […]Read More Thanks To The Frontliners