Enda Kenny’s apology to garda whistleblower is too little and too late.
Tonight, our Prime Minister, Nadiba, addressed us in all his sincerity and pomposity. I didn’t listen to it, obviously. Life’s too short for listening to a guy who can’t talk, […]
That’s all I have to say about abolishing the Senate. More power to Enda. If you’re OK with that, vote Yes.
My household-gods plant a terrible fixed foot, and are not rooted up without blood, said Charles Lamb in his essay New Year’s Eve. For those who love language, let the words wash over […]
It’s good that Enda Kenny has apologised to the Magdalene slaves on behalf of the State, but isn’t something missing? Where is the apology from the nuns who ran these […]
Bludget. What a wonderful word. Bludget. The nation should be eternally grateful to Marian Finucane for coining such a gem, just as I am myself. I for one welcome our […]
Infantilism is a theme I’ve been returning to over the years, and to be specific, the infantile thinking of the Irish nation. If we were looking for a living example, […]
Isn’t it a lovely feeling , as the evenings shorten and Christmas approaches in these recessionary times? Warm, glowing fires, families huddled around the crackling banisters as their dads prise […]
Isn’t “Oaf” a great word? Without the word Oaf, we’d have no way to describe Brian Cowen or his bumbling successor, Enda Kenny, both of whom have brought the art […]