Daily SG: 30 May 2011

GE 2011 – A vote for change
– TOC: Cynicism – PAP’s main battle
– The Kent Ridge Common: Law Professor Kevin YL Tan on Elections 2011
– Words of the Cze: What Is To Be Done
– Yawning Bread on WordPress: The 2011 parliament according to my model
– Yawning Bread on WordPress: How and when did you decide? Part 4
– The Satay Club: MORE SACRED COWS TO SLAUGHTER
– The Grand Moofti Speaks: Singapore: deregulating politics but what about the economy?
– Gerald Giam: NUSS Post-General Election Dialogue
– The Temasek Review: Parkway Parade Starbucks awashed in sea of BLACK as netizens make a point
– Think Happiness: Policing & Magistrate’s Complaints
– Spore Says Political Cartoon: Finally PM is starting to hear us..
– just rambling: The return of political cartoons
– TOC: You’re invited to “Post-Election Transformation Series”
– Yahoo: ‘Let’s play fair at the grassroots level’
– The Star: Facebooking for 2016 polls
– Al Jazeera: Social media challenges Singapore’s rulers

Presidential Election
– Dr Tan Cheng Bock: Singapore is polarised but Dr Tan can heal the rift
– Mr Wang Says So: The Presidential Elections
– Thoughts of a Singapore Statistician: Tan Cheng Bock for PRESIDENT
– TOC: Picking up where Ong Teng Cheong left off
– TOC: Vote for an independent-minded President
– Thetwophilo’s Blog: The Presidency: Better, The Devil You Know…? [Thanks yl]
– Sgpolitics: Dr Tan Cheng Bock supported 1987 arrest of “Marxist conspirators”
– SpotlightOnSingapore: Dr Tan Cheng Bock may run for President: go for it!
– The Temasek Review: Mr Inderjit Singh, why is it “awkward” for Mr Tan Cheng Bock to run for President?
– Think Happiness: Open Letter to Presidential hopeful Tan Cheng Bock
– Anonymous_X: Dr Tan Cheng Bock will be the next President, thanks to Lim Boon Heng & Inderjit Singh… [Thanks wacky_atz]
– The Satay Club: SINGAPORE GEARS UP FOR ANOTHER ELECTION

Minister Salaries + Pension
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: PAP needs a public communications SWAT team
– The Satay Club: DR LIM WEE KIAK APOLOGISES FOR “INAPPROPRIATE” REMARKS

Housing
– Singapore Notes: Solving The Housing Problem
– CNBC: Singapore’s Property Market Headed Towards a Perfect Storm?

Fixing the Opposition
– ST Forum: NSP responds to query on fund-raising method

Your National Service
– guanyinmiao’s musings: Musings On Conscription And National Service

Re education
– Monica Lim FB: Letter to Heng Swee Keat

We are against capital punishment
– Rachel Zeng: Singapore: Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Against Government Critic
– Rachel Zeng: Joint statement by Singapore Anti-Death Penalty Campaign (SADPC) and Think Centre on Alan Shadrake’s 6 weeks jail term
– Guardian: Author loses appeal against Singapore conviction

Save the World’s Saddest Dolphins
– World’s Saddest Dolphons: The Campaign
– TOC: The Dolphin Project makes proposal to RWS over dolphins
– funny little world: Smiling through the pain.
– my blog my life: Free the dolphins
– miss ene and the boy: The world’s saddest dolphins
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: Freeing Flipper: Try govmin
– TOC: ACRES needs your help to “Save the World’s Saddest Dolphins”
– Youtube: Save the World’s Saddest Dolphins – ACRES needs your help (27 May 2011)
– SMH: Push to free ‘world’s saddest dolphins’ from Singapore theme park

Daily Discourse
– New Asia Republic: Singapore diplomacy’s walk on the wild side
– Sgpolitics: How PAP uses taxpayer-funded grassroots for political gain
– A Singaporean says: Why do we (still) need MPs to write letters? [Thanks sp]
– Article 14: The Town Council formerly known as Hong Kah
– TOC: Disagreeing without being disagreeable
– Musings From the Lion City: Speaking From Experience

Infoblogoramus
– pinkdot.sg: Pink Profile: Oogachaga
– SGEntrepreneurs: Events For The Week – 28 May-4 Jun

Life, the universe and everything
– Crisis Communication in the Era of Social Media: M1 Service Disruption: Separating a Good Crisis Response from the Great
– Alvinology: Singapore Arts Festival 2011: HERstory 她的故事
– Cooler Insights: Universal Studios Singapore Opens in Grand Fashion

Stuff
– Yahoo: NSP’s Nicole Seah on politics and life after GE

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