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ON THIS DATE (4TH JULY) 220 YEARS AGO : IRISH REBEL BYRNE AT BALLYGULLEN, WEXFORD. ‘Miles Byrne was born at Ballylusk, in the parish of Kilanerin near Monaseed in County Wexford. He became involved in the United Irishmen with Anthony … Continue reading

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WORK FOR A LIVING ? WHAT ‘FORE’ ?

‘THERE WILL BE ANOTHER DAY…..’ By Peadar O’Donnell ; first published in January 1963. Within this overtone of gloom there is an alert, furtive world where men parade their vanities, indulge their truculence, bully, fawn, curse, pray ; a side-of-the-mouth … Continue reading

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HOW TO IMPLEMENT, CONDEMN AND BENEFIT FROM AUSTERITY AT THE SAME TIME.

BLAND AND POINTLESS DRIVEL : NOT WORTH THE €5208 A WEEK HE RECEIVES AS A SALARY. Just another small State politician on a big salary. In his recently delivered ‘Christmas Address to The Irish Nation’ (sic – not all the … Continue reading

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