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Moments In Irish Presidential History: Archive

I was delighted by the amount of hits and response that my series on Irish Presidential moments of note got. I wrote them to talk about Presidential power, failures, successes and history. I wrote them to inform, educate and entertain. … Continue reading

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Moments In Irish Presidential History: Mary McAleese And…

It’s difficult for me to really talk about Mary McAleese in terms of an historical presidential moment. She’s the current President after all, and I was always taught that stuff this recent isn’t history, its journalism. That, and like Mary … Continue reading

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To Ourselves, Article Twelve

We now move on to the three articles that deal with the position of President of Ireland. Article Twelve concerns itself with the election process, impeachment rules and other basic tenants of the first citizen. It’s the longest article yet, so … Continue reading

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