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Review – The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run Trailer Here’s the God’s honest truth: when my girlfriend stuck this on the other night, I had no idea that it was a new SpongeBob Squarepants movie. I had assumed, quite wrongly, that … Continue reading

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About That Seanad Referendum…

So the Dail is on recess for the next while as TDs return to their homelands to do constituency work. Or do nothing depending on your current outlook and bitterness level. Regardless, plenty of political things still up in the … Continue reading

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Fiscal Compact Aftermath: Party By Party

In line with the party-by-party thing that I wrote at the start of the campaign, I might as well finish off my coverage of the Fiscal Compact referendum with the same thing, a few months on. Fine Gael Well, they … Continue reading

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The Stupidest Thing I’ve Read This Week (19/05/2012)

This week, it’s an Irish political party special devoted to the “Yes” side of the Fiscal Compact debate, who have been busy putting their foots in their mouths all over the place. There are many to pick from and it … Continue reading

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Look Out For Us Enda, Not The Monster

A while ago, it seemed as if Kenny’s views on European treaty change were clear, wisely indicating to both Sarkozy and Merkel that such an option would not be possible, given the requirement of a referendum in Ireland. But, the … Continue reading

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The “State Of Enda”

No real comments on the budget tonight, plenty of other, more knowledgeable people have given their say and will do so a lot over the next few days. It’s bad, very bad, but we can all see that for ourselves. … Continue reading

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New Government: Defence, Geographical Spread And Other Quick Thoughts

A few points about Ireland’s new Government: Sad to see Defence, a seperate Ministry for the entire history of the state, shoehorned in with Justice, Equality and Law Reform. Alan Shatter (FG), is a fine choice for any of those departments, a former … Continue reading

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NFBs General Election Index

The coverage is done. if you ever feel nostalgic, you can come here. The Daily Round Up Posts And Here We Go (24 Days To Election) Promises, Promises (23 Days To Election) Honest Fighters (22 Days To Election) Debating The … Continue reading

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The Children Are Our Future…Referendum Topic (Three Days To Election)

Gerry Adams doesn’t think Ireland would suffer any harsh consequences if we failed to live up to the agreements of the EU/IMF bailout. I’m just going to leave that sentence as it is, I think it speaks volumes about his … Continue reading

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FG And Labour, BFFs Again (Four Days To Election)

As I thought, the pension story isn’t going away, though Fianna Fail’s attacks on that matter seem somewhat hypocritical to me, considering the huge pensions most of their ministers are walking away from the Dail with. Difficult to see how much of … Continue reading

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