Tag Archives: Irish Times

Alt right now, baby it’s alt right now.

Yesterday the world tipped on its axis. The Irish Times, the self-styled paper of record, the propaganda machine of the liberal compassionati in Ireland, strayed from the party line and had the audacity to publish a relatively anodyne article from … Continue reading

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“When you tear out a man’s tongue, you are not proving him a liar; you’re only telling the world that you fear what he might say.” George R.R. Martin

There is a small cast of villains in the pantomime of Irish public life; Sean Fitzpatrick, Michael ‘Fingers’ Fingleton and Bertie Ahern are the most prominent. Most lately they have been joined by an unlikely candidate, journalist John Waters. What … Continue reading

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Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble

‘Servant to the Public’ and I have been engaged in a heated debate over the past few months, as to whether Dublin is currently experiencing a property bubble. If this is indeed the case, it is particularly worrisome. The dictum … Continue reading

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“The thermal treatment of household and industrial waste in waste-to-energy plants is increasing in popularity as it solves two issues in one – waste management and sustainable energy”

moast days in work i have the time to waste and i waste it in the best possible way, ie: reading crap on the internet such as the guardian, the irish times, the irish independent and of course broadsheet dot … Continue reading

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Feck the begrudgers

 In an article in today’s Irish Times, John Waters was extremely fatalistic about the prospects of the Reform Alliance, the new, not yet political party lead by Lucinda Creighton. He laments the missed opportunity. The reform ship has sailed and … Continue reading

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“There is a road that goes from the eye to the heart that does not go through the intellect”

 The Irish Times is a fair and balanced newspaper chronicling the hard times that all of us live today and these days, the times are hard with flooding hitting homes and businesses in the south of the country, gas and … Continue reading

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