Tag Archives: Mick Wallace

Love in the Houses of Oireachtas

Terry Prone today said in a piece for the Irish Examiner what the rest of the country was thinking about, when it came to the relationship between Mick Wallace and Clare Daly. “Here, for example, is a radical feminist who … Continue reading

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The Peoples Front of Judea split (again)

We have been greeted with the tragic news that Clare Daly has left The Joe Higgins show. That’s the Socialist Party-Peoples front of Judea to you and I. The Kildare born Ms Daly, daughter of an army officer grew up in … Continue reading

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What’s the difference between Mick Wallace and Target express?

Perception is everything.  Be it in politics, everyday life, or even sitting at home on your own tweeting banalities and faux outrage at whatever Vincent Browne is screaming at his guests. Yesterday we learned that the silver fox, Wexford TD … Continue reading

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Mick Wallace statement to the Dail

Funny how Mick failed to mention he gave himself and his son a collective pay rise of almost €300,000  while defrauding the state. Watch for the puppy dog eyes and the touch of support from Ming Flanagan.  

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Mick Wallace is no Robin Hood

There seems to be some confusion on social media, Facebook, Twitter and internet forums about Mick Wallace and the facts about what he has said and done. When I say confusion, what I really mean is blind stupidity and willful … Continue reading

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Poor mouth Mick Wallace

Poor mouth Mick Wallace. The silver fox. English, history and philosophy graduate from UCD. An affable, likable man. Sometimes controversial. A huge force for good in Irish soccer. Connoisseur of all things Italian, he owns a vineyard in Italy. He … Continue reading

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