Today the WSJ reported that Broadcom, a major semiconductor company, announced that it was moving its headquarters back to the US. It had become a Singaporean company after it was […]
Yesterday I wrote about the #WeAreMajulah team. A group of cynics trying to whip up Nationalist fervour by jumping on the bandwagon of the #JeSuisCharlie movement that sprung up as a […]
Three weeks ago I brought you the breaking news that Amnesty International were going to recognise Amos Yee as a prisoner of conscience. This followed from my communications with the head […]
This is a copy of the Reform Party’s latest Press release. “Reform Party is concerned that the Prime Minister in his personal capacity as Mr Lee Hsien Loong is currently […]
When immigration stops being the elephant in the room and becomes the great white shark in your parliament.
On April 23 the Straits Times (ST) hosted a roundtable to sit around and discuss a survey of people’s perceptions of key policies, three years after the 2011 General Election. The panelists […]
10 real dirty tricks about your CPF and HDB flat.
You may recall that I wrote about the sad case of Rebecca Loh and the tragic consequences of our government’s callous policy of self- reliance at all costs. Recently I […]
Being curious as to why a foreigner would be so interested in MAS’s performance, I checked out his website. He appears to have no economic credentials other than a background […]
On Friday the Financial Times carried an excellent article by the eminent and long-standing economic commentator, Samuel Brittan. I have reproduced a screenshot of his article above. I remember as […]