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Daily Archives: November 1, 2010
This event was mentioned at our first meeting in The Grand Hotel As stated we were not that well informed about the aims and costs of this event and in any case we were still busy setting up our own … Continue reading
A Tribute to Mr. Raymond Crotty 1925-1994 Economics Lecturer Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. Ludwig Von Mises Quote: “Everyone carries a part of society on his shoulders. No one is relieved of his share of responsibility by others and no one … Continue reading
By Thomas Kee LA JOLLA, Calif. (MarketWatch) — In recent months, Wall Street has used the prospects for quantitative easing to influence buying decisions, then they used the probabilities of a Republican-controlled Congress, and then of course, earnings. No one … Continue reading
03 November · 12:30 – 16:00 Location Dublin City Centre Parnell Square, Dublin 1 Dublin, Ireland Created by: Union of Students in Ireland (USI) Thousands of students & graduates will march on the streets of the … Continue reading
The Irish economy has been hit by a Perfect Storm that combines: a deeply rooted crisis in public finances; a structural collapse of the banking sector; an unemployment crisis stemming from the collapse of employment and jobs creation; a competitiveness … Continue reading
Report on first public meeting Today we the Residents Movement for Political Change had our first public meeting in the grand Hotel in Wicklow town. The meeting had just over 30 people attending; the speakers were Professor Colum Kenny of … Continue reading