Well, Dr M is still a jolly interesting person
20/09/2014 - 15:30
by Theantdaily team
READERS’ COMMENTS: I do not understand why local media still give this has-been column inches for his senile ranting. He's a Has-Been. Do you see Bill Clinton coming out to make news with comments...
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QUICK TAKE: As the federal government continues to dilly dally with the antics of race and religious, a third Malaysian was...
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