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- Drafting legislation for the X Case
- Our cultural heritage is under siege by bureaucratic barbarians at the gate
- Clarification re Pat Rabbitte and “offensive” tweets
- Irish abortion law: women treated as insentient incubators and instructed to grin and, literally, bear it.
- We’ll seek retribution over nation’s debt legacy if we want to, St. Bruton
Monthly Archives: April 2012
Irish abortion law: women treated as insentient incubators and instructed to grin and, literally, bear it.
IF Labour is wondering why its support has suffered a vertiginous drop since last year’s election it need only look to its TDs’ shameful contributions to last week’s Dáil debate on abortion for answers. One by one they got to … Continue reading
Have you heard the good news? Finally, one of our wise elder statesmen has discovered the cure for what ails our nation. You can forget your tribunals, criminal investigations, court cases, and convictions. No, that due process stuff is seriously overrated. … Continue reading
I recently wrote an essay on the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR) and the likely impact of the A B C v Ireland case, concerning the three Irish-based women who went to the European Court of Human Rights claiming … Continue reading
Why is it that traditional journalists, when asked to review new media, invariably begin with a ubiquitous, “well, I don’t use Twitter myself but …” before launching into a sneering tirade decrying it as a cyber hellhole populated entirely by … Continue reading