Netizens Unconvinced by Josephine Teo's Crocodile Tears During Parliament Debate

Has parliament turned into a crying academy? First Lawrence Wong, then Khaw Boon Wan and now the infamous minister who proved to have no listening ear no willing heart? Are we paying our ministers millions to put on a crying show or to solve problems?

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Progress Singapore Party Organising Fund Raiser Forum

Progress Singapore Party Organising Fund Raiser Forum

The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) will be organising a fundraiser on 1 October 6.30pm. The fundraiser will be in the form of a forum where PSP will focus on the recent General Elections: "The Past and Future of Singaporean Democracy - Reflections of GE 2020." This forum will be see Dr Tan Cheng Bock and PSP leaders sharing their thoughts on GE2020. PSP has also teamed up with Oxford academic, historian Dr Thum Ping Tjin (PJ Thum) to speak at this forum.

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Gahmen Takes Cheap Shot At Lawyer Who Disagree With Stroke Heng's Ministry of Finance Addendum Statement

After a lawyer raised doubts on Facebook about Stroke Heng's statement “We have used a generation’s worth of savings to combat a crisis of a generation,” two days later he kena a "clarification" from gahmen website Gov.sg, just short of pofma.

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Poh Seng Song Accused Of Being Whistleblower Who Leaked WhatsApp Message

Poh Seng Song Accused Of Being Whistleblower Who Leaked WhatsApp Message

In a blow to local sporting arena, the state media reported that Singapore Athletics (SA) had banned Poh Seng Song from holding any office position within the jurisdiction of SA and/or its affiliates for two terms. Poh Seng Song was slapped with this ban after a Board of Inquiry (BOI) convened by SA allegedly concluded that he was “very likely” the person who had leaked a WhatsApp message the current Honorary Secretary, Eric Song, had made about national pole vaulter Rachel Yang and her coach/husband David Yeo.

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AMDK Cyclists Confront Driver By Blocking Traffic And Disregarding Road Safety

AMDK Cyclists Confront Driver By Blocking Traffic And Disregarding Road Safety

I was driving casually on a very busy Sunday (30 Aug 2020, 5 - 5.15pm) on ECP. When nearing McDonalds I saw this group of Caucasian cyclist cycling dangerously in 2 lines. When the driver turn in, the cyclist in yellow dangerously cut into in front of my car without checking his blind spot. That was when he rode in front of my car jam break and start pouring profanities cursing and swearing.

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Government And Opposition MPs Must Muster Courage To Face Contentious Issues Without Fear Or Favour

Government And Opposition MPs Must Muster Courage To Face Contentious Issues Without Fear Or Favour

As I listened to the President’s address to Parliament at its opening on Monday, I can’t help but was drawn to the part where she mentioned that Singaporeans “desire for more diverse voices to be heard, and stronger checks and balances”. Until and when both the President and Speaker of Parliament are prepared to walk their motherhood talks and Opposition MPs are able to muster enough courage to thump through contentious issues without fear or favour, the next 4-5 years will be a replica of post-2011 where the PAP will rebuild its lost momentum.

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