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    Singapore’s so-called moral majority

Singapore’s so-called moral majority

By Adrianna Tan / Image from coriwong.com Call it what you will — if there are some among us in Singapore who fashion ourselves the conservative majority, the silent majority, the moral

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    Freedom is the foundation of morality

Freedom is the foundation of morality

By Bryan Cheang “Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms.” – Ron Paul The religion-LGBT debate has grown unabated over the

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    CPF – simple answers for a simple reform?

CPF – simple answers for a simple reform?

By Howard Lee Sometimes, judging from our politicians’ response to issues to the Central Provident Fund, you begin to wonder if the government either firmly believes that it already has

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Euthanasia and physician assisted suicide – Part 2: Possibilities for Singapore

  Euthanasia and physician assisted suicide – Part 2: Possibilities for Singapore

Note to readers: This commentary deals with a topic that not everyone will agree with, or even want to talk about. The subject

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PM Refuses to Yield on the Speak Mandarin – Forgo Dialects policy

  PM Refuses to Yield on the Speak Mandarin – Forgo Dialects policy

By Jentified Citizen Two days after Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong launched the 35th anniversary celebration of the Speak Mandarin

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NLB and the erosion of our secular morality

  NLB and the erosion of our secular morality

By Donald Low The National Library Board’s (NLB) decision to remove and pulp the three children’s books deemed to offend

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CPF and the PAP – reviewing a legacy system

  CPF and the PAP – reviewing a legacy system

By Eric Tan When the People’s Action Party inherited the Central Provident Fund system from the British, they did not

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Euthanasia and physician assisted suicide – Part 1: Life in our own hands?

  Euthanasia and physician assisted suicide – Part 1: Life in our own hands?

Note to readers: This commentary deals with a topic that not everyone will agree with, or even want to talk about. The subject

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MPs’ disappearing act

  MPs’ disappearing act

By Singapore Armchair Critic So it was reported that last week in Parliament, not even a quarter of our 87

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