|sweetie Teo Nie Ching|
|Ong Tee Keat|
Unfortunately Zaid's website doesn't have 'feed' which means his blog remains always at the bottom of the list.
As for UMNO man Kadir Yasin, I came across him at the Centre for Policy Initiatives (CPI) website in March 2010 when it carried his article I wish to remain a Malay. Then I decided to answer him with my I wish to remain a Malaysian wakakaka.
Thanks to CPI and its then blog administrator sweetie Helen Ang, my article was published about 2 weeks after Kadir Jasin's declaration.
Though he is without any doubt an UMNO man, he has (to the best of my knowledge) written, in both Bahasa and English, in a style rich with old world courtesy, something sadly disappearing from our political and blogging landscape.
I don't agree with many, nay, most of his viewpoints but as I mentioned above, I have included his writing on my blog list to ensure a wide range of political expressions.
Prior to adding him to my blog list, the UMNO blogger I had was Sakmongkol AK47 (or Datuk Ariff Sabri) who as we all know has since left UMNO to join DAP - good on him.
Regrettably I have been unable to include Karpal Singh's blog as there appears to be none other than a website of him and family.