- Think you are having a bad day then look at this!
- Supreme Court to rule on mortgage loophole
- THE fight against the property tax is heading to the High Court — after campaigners served legal papers on the State
- Irish Bank Inquiry procrastination has gone too far............
- For what, exactly, are we borrowing billions?
- Thought of the day .
- Husky sings with baby
- There are jobs & then there are…
- Genetic engineering: The world’s greatest scam?
- Noonan denies IBRC legal fees loan approval to Paddy McKillen was in breach of European Commission commitments
- Fitch Affirms Bank of America’s IDR at ‘A’; Upgrades Viability Rating to ‘A-’
- Gerald Celente on the Next Banking Crisis and Currency Manipulation
- The International Monetary Fund said in a report last month that the broad rate of Irish unemployment was 23%:
- Irish Boys Sing !
- No 2 Croke Park 2
- 250,095 viewers
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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Pat Carey, outgoing Gaeltacht Minister By Jasper Hamill 27 Feb 2011 The Irish electorate destroyed the incumbent party only months after the humiliating €85 billion (about £72bn) bail-out from the IMF and EU. Exit polls suggest opposition party Fine Gael have … Continue reading
When Irish Eyes Are Voting Most of the world is focused on the Middle East and Libya, and rightly so. We will look at that in a minute. (Sidebar: the White House spelled the country “Lybia” in a recent tweet. … Continue reading
The people have spoken and have once again put back in mostly the same old tired void of real ideas politicians .They will regret this soon enough as we start to see the price go up for petrol and the … Continue reading
The Banker Hello, my name is Montague William 3rd And what I will tell you may well sound absurd But the less who believe it the better for me For you see I’m in Banking and big industry For many … Continue reading
by Bridget Haggerty “On the morning of the 21st January, in Vaughans Hotel on Parnell square, a man named Tom McGuire elevated and turned the Sovereign Seal of Dáil Éireann, from the rising sun to the setting sun, from north … Continue reading
I would like to thank all 125 of the decent people that honoured their pledge to vote for me You can rightly be proud of having the good sense to recognize that the good ship Ireland is still on its … Continue reading
By namawinelake “A terrible noise exactly like thunder was heard in the outer room of his apartments : it was the crowd of courtiers deserting the antechamber of the dead sovereign to come and greet the new power of Louis … Continue reading
In Libya, armed forces are using machine guns and fighter jets against pro-democracy protesters — hundreds have been killed and, without immediate international action, it could spiral into a national bloodbath. The EU and UN are in emergency sessions to … Continue reading