Archive for August, 2011
My vision is to reclaim the country and give it back to the people and not the bankers. I want the people of Ireland to be in charge again and to reform the country. To stimulate the economy. Create employment for everyone. That young people won’t have to emigrate. To have a fair and just […]
As the Count leaned over me and his hands touched me… a horrible feeling of nausea came over me, which, do what I would, I could not conceal.”
- Bram Stoker, Dracula)
The most shocking thing I learned from my research on the fate of the working poor in the recession was the extent to which poverty has indeed been criminalized in America.
Perhaps the constant suspicions of drug use and theft that I encountered in low-wage workplaces should have alerted me to the fact that, when you […]
“This not about poverty, it’s about culture – a culture that glorifies crime.” David Cameron, 10 August 2011.
Friday afternoon on the same street as the Irish Times, and next to the third busiest train station in the State.
The recently formed Peter Daly Society Wexford will unveil a memorial stone to the Socialist Republican Peter Daly in Monageer (Enniscorthy) Co. Wexford on Saturday the 3rd of September at 6.00 pm
Peter Daly fought and died with the Irish contingent of the International Brigade in the war against fascism in Spain in September 1937. […]