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14 October 2016
The SDP had opposed the PAP's move to allow the construction of casinos in Singapore in 2005. The government's rationale then was that there was money to be made off the gambling scene in Asia.
Not every business venture should be pursued just because it makes money. There are moral and ethical considerations too.
Gambling is a vice and its social ills are widely documented. Li ... Read more »
12 October 2016
07 October 2016
The idea of scrapping the Bukit Panjang Light Rail Transit (BPLRT) system is typical of the malaise and lack of direction that has enveloped the present government.
Unable to think outside the box and come up with viable solutions to make things work, the PAP chooses instead to waste public funds by ditching the nearly $300 million system.
The SMRT, under the governance of the Land Transpo ... Read more »
15 September 2016
The SMRT's decision to sack two of its employees over the deaths of Muhammad Asyraf Ahmad Buhari and Nasrulhudin Najumudin earlier this year raises serious questions.
The first is that the dismissals have taken place before official investigations are completed. Even the victims' families have questioned such a move.
Contrast this with Hepatitis-C o ... Read more »