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The Attack on Nationality and Community in Modern Ireland

My younger sister graduated from primary school today and having a lot of locals in the parish hall celebrating really made me think about community. From my experience with spending…

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The Liberal Promised Land That Can Never Be

There’s a pilgrimage that today’s liberal leftist elites seem to be walking on. This great hope of reaching the liberal “promised land” where all disparities within society will be erased…

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Nationalism Versus Republicanism

Historically speaking the ideology of republicanism represented the most radical of Irish nationalism. Whereas ‘nationalists’ espoused working within the British parliamentary system to achieve a limited form of self-governance, republicans…

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Know Your Enemy – We Need Constructive Euroscepticism

A maxim old, a maxim new: “Know your enemy.” It’s a phrase one could largely presume to be common sense, and yet seemingly we as people tend to lack it…

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Ongoing Concerns About the Lisdoonvarna Direct Provision Centre

In the spring of this year our town Lisdoonvarna was changed overnight. In a secret deal planned between the Department of Justice and the White Hotel Group (a business owned…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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