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Interested in maladministration. Estd. 2005

offsite link Garda corruption: the stripped down truth

offsite link Will Pat Hickey turn up for his trial? Anthony

offsite link Garda breath tests letter Anthony

offsite link Daniel McConnell: Happy to wear establishment blinkers Anthony

offsite link State failing in its duty to enforce law Anthony

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The Saker
A bird's eye view of the vineyard

offsite link Bashar Assad warmly embraces Vladimir Putin and thanks him Tue Nov 21, 2017 12:35 | The Saker
Syria’s Bashar Assad made a surprise visit to Russia to express thanks for Moscow?s help in the fight against terrorism.

offsite link Syrian War Report ? November 20, 2017: Government Troops Liberated Al-Bukamal From ISIS Tue Nov 21, 2017 02:10 | Scott
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offsite link The Last Straw Mon Nov 20, 2017 19:45 | The Saker
by Keith Hartzler for the Saker blog Seeing the First Amendment abrogated; seeing, yet again, left-wing violence; seeing the fiasco?s primary victims anathematized by pseudo-journalists & self-serving politicians ? I

offsite link Part 3 ? Submarine rescue ships with the Russian Navy Mon Nov 20, 2017 04:34 | Scott
by Le Dahu for The Saker Blog   I?m writing at the same time as an international search for the Argentine submarine, ARA ‘San Juan?, is underway. Last reported 250km

offsite link Yemen ? Appeal to President Putin Sun Nov 19, 2017 23:02 | The Saker
by Peter Koenig Dear President Putin, Yemen, a peaceful and extremely poor country is being slaughtered, literally slaughtered by the Saudis, with the full weapons, funding and political support of

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Human Rights in Ireland
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offsite link Liberty, the ICCL, and other NGO groups? landmark challenge against the UK Government?s mass surveil... Tue Nov 07, 2017 11:56 | admin

offsite link What Ireland can gain from international guidance on Article 19 UNCRPD Mon Oct 23, 2017 12:53 | Eilionoir Flynn

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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WorldbyStorm - 09:57 Tue Nov 21, 2017
I thought this was very well worth considering, from UK Polling Report on polls in the UK earlier this month. The government have, needless to say, not had a particularly good few weeks. They have lost two cabinet minsters and have several more under clouds who the media have portrayed the Prime Minister as too […]A
WorldbyStorm - 09:47 Tue Nov 21, 2017
Mentioned just yesterday how communities demand policing, but I can?t help but think reading the following that somehow someone?s priorities are wrong. Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has expressed alarm over sharp increases in the cost of education for children with special needs, which is costing the State more than the entire higher education system. […]A
WorldbyStorm - 06:30 Tue Nov 21, 2017
This from the Guardian, once more in relation to Brexit, but this time on foot of the relocation of EU entities from London. The British government was powerless to stop the relocation of these two prized regulatory bodies [European Banking Authority and European Medicines Agency], secured by previous Conservative prime ministers. The Department for Exiting […]A
WorldbyStorm - 18:25 Mon Nov 20, 2017
This from the Guardian? One of the world?s biggest logistics companies, whose clients include Rolls-Royce, Airbus and Primark, has said it is ?bordering on insanity? to think new Brexit customs systems will be in place for 2019. Leigh Pomlett, the executive director of CEVA Group, which specialises in road, air and ocean-going freight, said Downing […]A
WorldbyStorm - 11:42 Mon Nov 20, 2017
Is the thought that comes most immediately to mind reading this from Dawn Foster in the Guardian on the news that… For years, the police have warned that cuts to the force will affect frontline services. Now many forces have announced they will no longer investigate what they call ?minor? crimes: burglary, car theft, shoplifting. […]A
WorldbyStorm - 08:53 Mon Nov 20, 2017
As noted in the Guardian telling that Philip Hammond… The chancellor asked Andrew Marr: ?Where are the unemployed? There are no unemployed,? and then tried to repair the damage by explaining on a later programme that he had been making the point that previous waves of automation had not left millions of people unemployed. He […]A
irishelectionliterature - 08:47 Mon Nov 20, 2017
In the late 80’s a friend joined The Workers Party in college ,came home told his parents and there was uproar. The Official IRA was bought up, yet this was almost 20 years since the OIRA cease fire. To me and my friend it was all History, sure Rabbitte, DeRossa and MacGiolla were great men. […]A
WorldbyStorm - 02:01 Mon Nov 20, 2017
To download the above please click on the following link. rsgdoc.pdf Please click here to go the Left Archive. Many thanks to the person who forwarded this to the Archive. This extremely weighty document joins others from the Resources Protection Campaign which grew out of the Resources Study Group in the 1970s. The RSC was […]A
WorldbyStorm - 11:39 Sun Nov 19, 2017
Sad to hear of his passing at the absurdly not old age of 64. I have to admit that the teenage me listening to Highway to Hell in 1980 did not foresee that the news of his untimely (and rather sad) death would make it to the front page of RTÉ’s website, but times change. […]A
guestposter - 07:33 Sun Nov 19, 2017
We got a winner early this last week? There was a token protest by Sinn Féin and a few hostile letters to the newspapers from the usual suspects [about the decision of Leo Varadkar to wear a poppy in the Dáil last week], but the general reaction was one of quiet approval or even indifference. […]A

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