In PM Lee’s Coalition “Naive” is the new “Daft”.
Many readers will have seen PM Lee’s recent “Lunch with the Financial Times” interview. That interview was no doubt aimed at a UK or global audience but actually it is vitally important for us […]
“I find this argument highly insulting and hugely dangerous”
"I find this argument highly insulting and hugely dangerous" How the learned judge's decision upset this Singaporean.
ARTICLE 14 – legal blogger writes on the constitutionality of that loan.
Everyone should read this blogger’s latest piece on the constitutionality of the IMF loan and his earlier blog to be found here: http://article14.blogspot.co.uk/ http://article14.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/singapores-pledge-of-us-4-billion-to.html I am very glad that at […]
Lee’s Speech to the Economic Society of Singapore and an excerpt from my latest book.
An Excerpt From my Upcoming Book aimed at Benign Dictators and would be Benign Dictators across the Globe. “Chapter one: Politics That Works Do you control a military regime that […]
Comfort and City Cab. Two more pies with fingers in them.
The nature of our small metropolis, the costs of private vehicle ownership and other factors such as convenience for elderly and physically challenged users, means that Taxis must be viewed […]
Should we worry about inflation?
Recently there has been much concern over rising inflation in Singapore. Looking at the Consumer Price Index (CPI) the average figure for the year 2009-2010 was 2.8% (shown in blue). […]
A Bulge in the Pipeline or How to Create A Housing Bubble
011: Why cooling measures and subsidies offer no solutions to rising prices and declining fertility The question I’m most asked by Journalists is, “What are the issues this coming […]