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Tomorrow’s referendum

Tomorrow’s Referendum This referendum’s significance for the future trajectory of the country has not been lost on me, or on many fellow campaigners – on both sides. Whether we vote…


Why Death is Not a Choice

Why Death is Not a Choice By Rebecca O’Rahilly I have always been pro life. I was in primary school the last time Ireland faced the question of abortion. It…


Easter Reflections on Irish Nationhood

Easter is a time of reflection for nationalists. The Rising is naturally at the front of the nationalist’s mind. It was a rebellion quite unlike any other, infused with a…

Justin Barrett Abortion Never

Ellen Coyne: How Fake News is made

First start with this attitude:   Then listen to this speech: Conclude that these are both the most important questions and the best way to present them: Hello, My name…

James Reynolds at the Rally for Life

The Soul of the Irish Nation

This year, 2018, marks the centenary of the astonishing victory of the Irish nation in delivering the mandate for independence. Sinn Féin, as the political movement of Irish nationalism, won…


Reflections on the Recent Events in Lisdoonvarna

Home Is Where the Heart Is The theme of Dublin’s upcoming St. Patrick’s Day festival is “Home is where the heart is”. Sitting down to write an article about recent…

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The National Party and the Right to Life

The National Party and the Right to Life For some reason the advocates of repealing the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution which guarantees the equal right to life of…


Irexit: A Muddle of Contradictions

The following are some reflections on the event which took place on February 3rd at the RDS in Dublin. The event was billed as Irexit: Freedom to Prosper and was…


What can be done about the housing crisis?

What can be done about the housing crisis? It helps to use some numbers to describe the recent state of the Irish housing market. Current estimates for the required housing…

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A New Year Message from the President of the National Party

“Mise Éire Sine mé ná an Chailleach Bhéarra. Mór mo ghlóir: Mé a rug Cú Chulainn cróga. Mór mo náir: Mo chlann féin a dhíol a máthair. Mór mo phian:…