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Paris Day Four

Wednesday February 19

I spent a few hours keeping track of myself in this blog and then, went to Mokonuts for lunch.  A good 2.5 mile walk over the Seine to Bastille.   433 more words


Irish politics: past, present, future?

By Aoife O’Leary McNeice (@aolmcn

For the past one hundred years, Irish parliamentary politics has been dominated by two political parties, Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael. 995 more words

Doing History In Public

Monday Musings 17/2/20

Life Savers

The wife and I took a few days break in Galway during the last week. On Wednesday we drove west along the coast from the city. 574 more words

General Posts

The ‘20s Roaring (Again)

By Timothy G. McMahon

Tim McMahon ponders the results of this week’s election in Ireland, in the wake of Brexit and in the context of nationalist politics in Europe… 1,144 more words

What's "left" in Dublin South Central?

Personally, I don’t see Sinn Féin as ‘left’ at all, but they are considered as such, apparently. So given that, then all four candidates in my constituency are now left, which is an amazing feat. 62 more words

Irish Politics

RTÉ inadvertently explains how PR:STV should be, not how it is #GE2020

FOREWORD : In this post I give my reservations of the PR:STV method of holding elections. Please don’t take them as my discouraging you from voting!!!! 654 more words

Irish Politics