Readers Blog: Say no to omitting Nollaig from stamps

It seems An Post can’t wait to damage itself more;at a time of much needed revenue,not to mention the season of goodwill,they continue to make bad decisions.

MORE

Readers Blog: We must stand up to bullying British

Brexit, the UK’s vote to leave the EU, is turning out to be a very significant historical occurrence.

MORE

Readers' blog: We should give thanks we are not like the US on Black Friday

As US citizens tuck into Thanksgiving Day dinner on Thursday, the conversation around the table should be interesting. Uncle Sam is still deeply divided after last year’s presidential election.

MORE

Readers Blog: Adams will still hold sway after he retires

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams is planning to retire from republicanism. This is not his first time. Mr Adams has been coming and going.

MORE

Readers Blog: Northern Irish human rights face Brexit threat

We are entering a critical phase in the Brexit process. At this juncture, it is essential that the Government stands steadfast in its commitment to the protection of human rights across the whole island.

MORE

Readers' Blog: Forget rugby, it’s time to fund other, ‘smaller’ sports

I wish to demur from what is supposed to be grave national insult and disappointment that Ireland was not awarded the 2023 Rugby World Cup. 

MORE

Readers' Blog: What if growth was no longer needed?

There is much talk of markets in recent economic discussion. World; single; free. 

MORE

Readers Blog: Halloween: When evil dresses itself up as fun

With Christmas only around the corner it may seem strange to reflect back on Halloween, but this year I as I traipsed round with my child on a grisly quest for sweets I found myself somewhat unsettled by aspects of the whole festival.

MORE

Readers Blog: Would the Taoiseach wear an Easter lily?

Much has been reported this week about the wearing of the poppy in Ireland. Many of the media reports would have us believe that the poppy is is a non-divisive symbol?

MORE

Readers Blog: Ironic to always ask the US to unite Ireland

Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams, is going back to the US to secure a border poll in the next five years in Northern Ireland.

MORE