Posted: August 8, 2013 in Jobs
The government is claiming that they are making progress in tackling the unemployment crisis. Jobs are being created. The live register is falling. The number of people in employment is increasing.
Surely this is good news? Should we not be commending Fine Gael and Labour for their efforts?
Posted: June 19, 2013 in Government, Tax
What have Bermuda, Ireland and the Cayman Islands got in common?
According to a high profile US Senate investigation we are all tax havens.
In the latest installment of our conversation on the Meath East by-election Eoin O’Malley expanded on three of his initial arguments. He prefaced his remarks by accepting that as a political scientist he should be judged as such. So lets put his scientific method to the test.
Posted: April 12, 2013 in Sinn Féin
RTÉ kicked off their coverage of the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis today with a preview piece on Morning Edition exploring the state of the party in advance of the Castlebar conference.
What really happened in the Meath East by-election? Are we witnessing a return to dominance of Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael? Or is something else taking place?
What should we do when faced with the blind fury of the horde? How should we respond to those too ignorant to understand the necessity of austerity?
Across Europe backward people are brazenly rejecting the carefully constructed consensus of the technocrats.