Ireland's political magazine Sunday - May 03, 2015

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Wasting anger.

Wasting anger.

By Michael Smith. Colm McCarthy, Ireland’s most unangry man, has stated portentously if unoriginally that ...


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Uninteresting Usury.

Uninteresting Usury.

By Peter Emerson. If you buy a house, you’ll have to maintain it. Any car ...

Yes in May.

Yes in May.

By Grainne Healy. In many ways the coming out of Minister Leo Varadker was the ...


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Cowspiracy

Cowspiracy

  Stop Feeding Your Cancer: One Doctor’s Journey Dr John Kelly Pentheum, 2014 $13.99   ...

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Back to school.

Back to school.

By Tony Lowes. The environment is the enemy of jobs”.  That’s what my lad recently ...

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  • A cause to freeze for.

    A cause to freeze for.

    By Oliver Moore. Berlin in January is a very cold time to have a demo. Yet 50,000 people – about the same number as attended Dublin’s biggest water protest, the zenith of Ireland’s opposition to ...

  • Nov 27th – justice in red lights

    Nov 27th – justice in red lights

    By Rachel Moran With the relentless practicalities of running a country it is perhaps unsurprising that our politicians don’t often propose legislation which has, at its heart, the goal of human harmony. November 27th of ...

  • Healthcare demands equality

    Healthcare demands equality

    By Sinéad Pentony Health is life-defining. We all experience ill-health during our lives and need health services. Health inequalities are reflective of injustice and inequality in society. Austerity has exacerbated this injustice and deepened these ...