There are some things so obviously related that though they exist or occur a thousand miles apart, or a thousand years apart, the relationship is obvious. Then there are things that exist or occur right beside each other at exactly the same time with, quite bizarrely, no causative relation to each other at all. And …

Much credit to Declan Lynch for his brilliantly funny take down of Liberal journalists in the Irish Independent, entitled “Journalism is rediscovering its soul in these dark days”.  Written in a dry satirical tone it evokes the bitterness and self-righteousness we have all come to expect from the Fourth Estate. Mocking his own trade, Lynch …

The National Party

“The awful thing about life is this: Everybody has their reasons” – Jean Renoir, The Rules of the Game The Black Hats and the White Hats On the 23rd of January 2017, an article by Emer O’ Toole appeared in the Irish Times. It was titled Make Ireland Great Again: ‘Our culture has been under threat since those dirty …

Limerick Event, May 2017

Photos from our recent National Party meeting in Limerick, May 2017 Photos from our Limerick meeting, May 2017. This meeting was addressed by Party President Justin Barrett. For more photos of this and previous events follow the National Party on Flickr.

Justin Barrett

In fairness 2016 was not a good year to be a member of Renua Ireland. As a party you started it with three TDs, two senators and three Councillors, the talk was of the price at which the party might consider entering Government and redlines being drawn. If with hindsight they were not about very …

One of the fascinations of Left-Liberalism, since the 1960s, has been the domain of popular culture. Liberal academics are endlessly fascinated by popular entertainment and their students attend lectures to be taught how to consume this material properly. They are taught to think critically about popular culture, which is to say, assess said culture for …

Dundalk Event, April 2017

Photos from our recent National Party meeting in Dundalk, April 2017 Photos from our Dundalk meeting, April 2017. This meeting was addressed by Party President Justin Barrett, Cllr Seamus Treanor from Monaghan and Garda Whistleblower John Wilson. For more photos of this and previous events follow the National Party on Flickr. Video clips of this …