Reform Party Has Elected Charles Yeo As Chairman Of The Party

In his instagram stories, Charles Yeo @toxicstatenarrativeinsg has announced that the Reform Party CEC has elected him as the latest Chairman of the party. It's a good sign that even the Reform Party is welcoming new and young blood into its ranks, unlike the PAP who mostly consist of old fogies who are still stuck in the old school mentality that never change, which is why they lost another GRC at the recent GE.

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Amos Yee Is Back And Now Calls Himself The Polocle

After a few years away from the online spotlight, Amos Yee is back online and has now renaming himself as the Polocle - a combination of his favourite words “polymath” and “oracle”. In a new blog post, Amos Yee shed more light on the infamous video 'Lee Kuan Yew is Finally Dead' that got him into trouble with the law, and his subsequent incarceration, detention and finally, escape into the America to seek asylum.

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Online Job Portals Discriminate Against Elderly Applicants Who Are Not Digitally Savvy

We need to ensure that our elderly are not left behind in this digital world. An email was required to set up an account on the job website. Many of these elderly folks do not have any email address. For highest education level section, we could choose from multiple options. However, the lowest qualification we could pick was PSLE. Some of our senior citizens did not even take PSLE as they could have dropped out of school before that.

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Former PAP NMP Calvin Cheng Slams Pritam Singh’s Salary Donation As Wayang And Divisive Politics

PAP IB Calvin Cheng unleashed two Facebook posts to stir controversy over WP Pritam Singh's generosity for donating 50% of his salary. Calvin Cheng said Pritam Singh was participating in political theatre (wayang) by publicly announcing his salary donation while bringing up his family. Calvin Cheng said his donation was an "unnecessary sacrifice" and likened this move to a popularity contest to score political points.

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