Daily SG: 17 Sep 2015



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A Vote for Change (Singapore)

– The Middle Ground: Ownself check ownself?
– TOC: Walking the talk as a political party member
– TR Emeritus: Reflections on GE2015
– Vulcan Post: This Is The Research Team That Predicted The Outcome Of The General Elections
– Singapore Public Law: Textualism vs. Purposive Interpretation: Must an NCMP Seat Be Filled?
– Akikonomu: Modelling the 2015 Singapore general election: theory and outcomes
– Anyhow Hantam: Han Hui Hui Trying to Pinch Another 30k from Singaporeans
– Singapore 2B: Singapore Tune – Post GE2015
– Blinkymummy: Democracy is not Dead, but Something Else Died.
– Mr. Miyagi: Democracy Doesn’t Mean The Minority Must Shut Up
– Offbeat Perspectives: The last of GE2015 [Immersion Journalism]: Silent Majority, Vocal Minority and Afterthoughts
– My Little Corner: Don’t complain when you are not recognized at work
– Likedatosocanmeh: Strategy change needed by WP to prevent PAP from taking Singapore downhill
– Ray of Light: Dr Chee deserves a second chance
– The Social Commentator Singapore: Post GE2015: Factors contributing to PAP’s victory in GE 2015
– Money $mart: The 6 Most Important Policies That May Have Changed the Game in General Election 2015
– Koh’s Space: Enlightened Moments
– Rise of the Strawberry Nation: GE 2015 Recap: ESM’s Antics Part 1

The Haze is back again.

– Dollars and Sense: How The Haze Is A Negative Externality We Have No Solution For
– Five Stars and a Moon: Are we sitting ducks when it comes to haze?
– PetuniaLee™: The Haze: Air Cleaners and Masks
– Fresh Grads: 4 Ways Singapore Can Eliminate the Haze Once and For All

Malaysia Boleh

– Blogging for Myself: Reckless “Red Shirts” in Malaysia
– My Singapore News: Malaysia red shirt protest rally


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