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Tag Archives: Ireland
The Roma community in Ireland have come under close scrutiny recently in Ireland. Thanks in no small part to Paul Connolly’s sensationalist brand of journalism. Gardai removed two blond children from their Roma parents because, as RTE reported, their “features, blond hair … Continue reading
Last week, someone or some organisation sent white powder and anti-Semitic material to the home of Minister Alan Shatter on Wednesday morning. They sent this photograph to his home. The man in the photograph on the centre left is … Continue reading
If you’re going to be racist or homophobic on social media it is probably best to stay anonymous. The backlash can be fierce and unforgiving. It’s only natural that the recent Garda controversy would raise people’s hackles. People are quite … Continue reading
Politicians have been having ill-advised sex since the beginning of time. The advent of the internet, mobile devices and social media is changing the way politicians indulge in their sexual peccadilloes and how they get caught out. Unless you happen to … Continue reading
Independent Town Cllr and local election candidate Oliver Morgan is literally the talk of the town in Dundalk again. Political loons may remember Cllr Morgan from 2010 after he was forced to step down from Fianna Fáil after he was … Continue reading
Chairman of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party – Charlie Flanagan and Fine Gael TD for Cork South Central – Jerry Buttimer, make statements to the Dáil on the upcoming same-sex marriage referendum.
Winston Churchill said – The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter. But that was before the era of spin and social media. If a politician were to say the same thing today he would be … Continue reading
Referendums; can’t live with them – can’t live without them, or this Government just gives that impression. Yesterday the Cabinet agreed to hold a referendum on same-sex marriage before the summer of 2015. That’s about fourteen to eighteen months of … Continue reading
To lose one may be regarded as a misfortune; lose two or three looks like carelessness, to lose over thirty since the 2011 General Election is political suicide. Five have have resigned or retired because of personal or work reasons. … Continue reading