- 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
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Daily Archives: May 7, 2012
As an Irishman living in Lubeck (northern Germany) and I would say your right on the Button. The ordinary Germans are wonderful people and I have made some great friends ,but there politicians are just the same as we have in the Dail gangsters, and out for themselves! Continue reading
Spent the day in the Ashford gardens and Kilmacurra gardens in Wicklow .It was a fabulous sunny day and I am reminded what a beautiful country we have all the more reason why we should fight for it!
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From http://www.thepressnet.com French and Greek citizens reject the mouthpieces for AUSTERITY..The Irish Government should take note, the same faith awaits them! Irish citizens should now reject the German inspired latest round of impending austerity concealed within this so called fiscal … Continue reading
BERLIN—Europe’s voters delivered another rebuke to their leaders Sunday for failing to overcome a debt crisis that has thrust much of the region into an economic tailspin. Less obvious is what Europeans expect their governments to do differently. From Greece … Continue reading
By John Mauldin The US employment numbers came out this morning, and they were disappointing. But disappointing does not begin to describe the situation I read about today in Europe. I have just finished up with my conference in … Continue reading
Reblogged from NAMA Wine Lake: The position on here remains the advocacy of a “no” vote in the 31st May referendum for three main reasons (a) to bolster efforts by Ireland to secure a reduction to the funding that is … Continue reading