RONALD LEE: The government has gone on and on about the need for Singapore to have a representative from the Malay community as president. It has cited...

The Online Citizen editor Terry Xu has struck out at Dr Tan Cheng Bock for not giving face at a Hong Lim Park event he had organised which was aimed at...

Chinese, Indian or Eurasian? Sorry, you need not apply. The next presidential election, which will be held in 2017, will be reserved for Malay candidates...

Former Nominated MP Calvin Cheng has condemned netizens for who lodged police reports against him for his online comments regarding the killing of children. This...

Dr Tan Cheng Bock, also known as the man who just got blocked from contesting in the upcoming Presidential Election, has hit out at government agency...

You’ve been clamouring for it, and given that about 70 percent of Singapore agrees with you, that means the guy next to you most likely wanted it...

RONALD LEE: The Singapore government is mooting the idea of making the coming Presidential Election a one-race race. Its justification is that minorities...

A majority of Singaporeans don’t feel that it’s a must that a person from a minority group be accorded greater chances to become president. This was...

The Workers’ Party’s Gerald Giam has advised young Singaporeans to read beyond what’s reported in the news and make their own judgments...

SingFirst chief Tan Jee Say has criticised the CPF Investment Scheme as having failed in its objective to enhance retirement savings of its members. Mr...

ELSON: If the government goes ahead with invoking a provision that will make the coming Presidential Election a “Malays need apply only” election,...

HAROLD CHAI: It’s good that the Workers’ Party’s Chen Show Mao has clarified the reason for his stepping down as party treasurer. Apparently,...

RONALD LEE: I believe the Prime Minister (seen here in 1970 with President Yusof Ishak) when he talks about Singapore needing a president from the minority...

Veteran politician Dr Tan Cheng Bock lost to current President Dr Tony Tan by a 34.85 percent to 35.20 percent margin back in the2011 Presidential Election....