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offsite link Mohamed Bin Salman?s Do or Don?t Dilemma Thu Oct 19, 2017 05:12 | The Saker
by Ghassan Kadi Much has been said about the Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman (aka MBS), and most of it, has been in the form of criticism from different

offsite link Socialism, Land and Banking: 2017 compared to 1917 Thu Oct 19, 2017 05:07 | The Saker
by Michael Hudson Socialism a century ago seemed to be the wave of the future. There were various schools of socialism, but the common ideal was to guarantee support for

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Human Rights in Ireland

offsite link Repeal or Replace? Tue Oct 03, 2017 06:31 | Fiona de Londras

offsite link An Abortion Law Immune from Constitutional Review? Thu Sep 28, 2017 20:14 | Fiona de Londras

offsite link Should the pro-choice movement support a new constitutional provision on abortion? Wed Sep 27, 2017 16:19 | Eoin Daly

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For lefties too stubborn to quit

offsite link Closure of post offices and other resources? It?s not the State to blame, it?s right wing government... 07:43 Thu Oct 19, 2017 | WorldbyStorm

offsite link The RDS on Saturday?. 21:08 Wed Oct 18, 2017 | irishelectionliterature

offsite link Catalonia and other matters. 17:32 Wed Oct 18, 2017 | guestposter

offsite link The government abides? 12:48 Wed Oct 18, 2017 | WorldbyStorm

offsite link Northern Ireland as a Special Economic Zone? 09:42 Wed Oct 18, 2017 | WorldbyStorm

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Dublin Opinion
Life should be full of strangeness, like a rich painting

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WorldbyStorm - 07:43 Thu Oct 19, 2017
I?ve got to admit I was a bit irritated by this line from an Taoiseach the other day when speaking about the closure of rural post offices? I read interesting analysis, not too long ago, of politics in France, And in France, the people who are most likely to vote for the Front National, for […]A
irishelectionliterature - 21:08 Wed Oct 18, 2017
My stand at #FFArdFheis17 #Af17 .pop over to say hello! — Alan Kinsella (@electionlit) October 14, 2017 Did an exhibition at the Fianna Fail Ard Fheis in the RDS at the weekend. As ever I really enjoyed it. It?s lovely to get to show off some of my collection to an appreciative audience. It?s […]A
guestposter - 17:32 Wed Oct 18, 2017
Many thanks to the person who sent this, written by Archon of the Southern Star. PERHAPS if our esteemed Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, had spent some time reading the history of Catalonia, he wouldn?t have made such a contemptuous assessment of that country?s recent independence referendum. Parroting the EU and Spanish Government line, Vlad declared that […]A
WorldbyStorm - 12:48 Wed Oct 18, 2017
Some have been quietly suggesting here for a while now that the current government isn?t going anywhere soon. The idea Varadkar et al would rush after the Summer or even after the Budget to the country was unlikely. He, I suspect, is hoping to build an image as a safe pair of hands. And in […]A
WorldbyStorm - 09:42 Wed Oct 18, 2017
Meant to look at this in greater detail. Pat Leahy notes a newish idea in relation to the North? One idea for the North that has been floated in recent months ? including by Fianna Fáil ? is the creation of a special economic zone (SEZ). It means that special tax and regulatory arrangements can […]A
WorldbyStorm - 03:33 Wed Oct 18, 2017
As always, following on Dr. X?s suggestion, it?s all yours, ?announcements, general discussion, whatever you choose?, feel free.A
WorldbyStorm - 18:21 Tue Oct 17, 2017
Hugh Linehan doesn?t appear to have a great handle on hurricanes. He asks in a colour piece in the IT? Outside Brown Thomas an Italian family stop suddenly and point in amazement at a perfect rainbow in the clear blue sky above. I?m confused. Rainbows. Bright sunshine. Balmy temperatures. Is this the way hurricanes (or […]A
WorldbyStorm - 11:20 Tue Oct 17, 2017
Speaking of the Border… I?ve mentioned Patrick Mulroe?s recent book, Bombs, Bullets and the Border: Policing Ireland?s Frontier: Irish Security Policy, 1969 ? 1978 before, and it is a fascinating book and a timely one too given the renewed interest and significance of the Border on this island. Reading it one has a real sense […]A
WorldbyStorm - 10:45 Tue Oct 17, 2017
The Border. It is always with us. And this from last week… well it?s difficult to take a piece by Newton Emerson in the IT very seriously. In it he does his not uncharacteristic trick of attempting to dismiss any problems relating to Brexit – in this instance the leaked report from the Revenue Commissioners […]A
WorldbyStorm - 08:08 Tue Oct 17, 2017
From UKPOLLINGREPORT this useful analysis of last weeks YouGov poll. The figures for the parties are in or around the area we have seen now consistently for months with Labour marginally ahead of the Tories – remember when Corbyn was supposedly unelectable and unable to gain traction? Interesting were an election held tomorrow. Of course […]A

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