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Revolutionary Remembrance: O’Higgins, O’Connor And Plaques

Something very related to this infrequent series of mine came up in the last week, as the Taoiseach unveiled a small plaque dedicated to Kevin O’Higgins near the site where he was assassinated in 1927. The unveiling caused some discussion, … Continue reading

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The Irish Army And Why It’s Needed: Liveline Edition

I wrote on this topic a while back. Anyway, while up in Clare doing proper man work (I was painting a fence) I listened to the following discussion on Liveline. Not a huge fan of Joe Duffy for a variety … Continue reading

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