The Brexit vision that reveals England’s perfidy over Ireland

Posted By: February 25, 2018

“I have the honor of appearing in the documentary film “Bobby Sands:66 Days” along with Fintan O’Toole—one of the leading columnists in Ireland, North and South. In this article, he lays out in stark detail the madness in the thinking of extreme Brexiters and their utter disregard, and disrespect, for the entire island of Ireland.This is truly appalling.” —Fr. Sean McManus […]

Unionism is on the back foot – yet again

Posted By: February 24, 2018

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed by Irish National Caucus “A strong leader can get away with being a step in front of their party. But Mrs. Foster is anything but a strong leader, as demonstrated by the speed and manner with which matters at Stormont unraveled last week….If Unionism is to have a long future, then it will need to find confident […]

Northern Ireland: Time for new ideas

Posted By: February 24, 2018

The Belfast Agreement cannot be allowed to lapse on its 20th anniversaryIrish Times. Editorial. Did blin. Saturday, February 24, 2018uThe continuing political stalemate in Northern Ireland requires fresh thinking from all sides, not only from the parties at Stormont but also from the Irish and British governments.The Belfast Agreement is now in danger of expiring unless some new ideas and energy are […]

 Republicans way ahead in the propaganda battle

Posted By: February 24, 2018

Mary Lou McDonaldBy Suzanne BreenFebruary 24, 2018 In the propaganda battle since the talks to save Stormont collapsed last week, Sinn Fein has emerged as the runaway winner.By contrast, the DUP has been in an absolute mess, with its representatives singing off totally different hymn sheets.What one is saying has been at times in direct conflict with the words of a […]

Both parties should decommission Irish

Posted By: February 24, 2018

Patrick Murphy. Irish News. Belfast. Saturday, February 24, 2018 If an Irish language act is a right, why does the public not have the right to know what exactly that right entails? Instead, we must rely on selective media leaks to get an unconfirmed idea of what a proposed Irish Language Act (ILA) might contain.Thus our rights appear to be defined by […]

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