DON’T you just love a neck-and-neck election? That’s what the general election in the UK is shaping up to be. It offers all the potential excitement of our favourite spectator sport. It’s just a month away, and already it looks like it will be a really tough and bruising encounter.
Tue, 31 Mar, 2015
The subject which creates the biggest generational divide among ordinary, decent Irishmen isn’t what many people might think. Forget about the Catholic Church, contraception, abortion, and politics. Those weighty issues are for the newspapers and television. Normal men stay well clear of that type of chat.
Thu, 11 Jul, 2013
Describing the apology offered by former British Prime Minister Tony Blair for Britain’s role in the Irish potato famine as a complete exercise in moral vacuousness suggests that BBC journalist/presenter Jeremy Paxman is ignorant of the difference between the failure of the potato crop and the Irish Famine.
Fri, 24 Feb, 2012