How is it possible that we have the highest budget surpluses per capita in the world, with a very low tax rate and huge increases in social spending?
Is there really a need to increase university tuition fees every year, if the university has huge annual surpluses?
Is the Singaporeans’ unemployment rate relatively worse off than that of PRs and foreigners?
Why is it that private property prices are going up, whilst HDB prices are still going down?
Saying and comparing “population density” and “living density” in one go at the same time is arguably, illogical?
The opening up of electricity to competition has highlighted the humongous profits in the past?
Focus more on paying lower-income women more, rather than getting more women to work and longer hours?
Why is it that googling “living density” or “liveable density” yields no search results?
We need to address the HDB “vanishing asset value” problem before it is too late for many Singaporeans?
Have you ever wondered as to why despite the consistent rhetoric that we have been increasing spending by a lot and will spend even more, but you always end up paying a lot more also?