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O’ Joy. Another State Inquiry?

Those of us of an older age or lover of classic TV will remember a much liked BBC series firstly called “Yes Minister” then “Yes Primeminister“. Over many great episodes the UK political systems and sometimes its civil service, was held up to a comedy spotlight. It was and still is regarded as brilliant script…

Election Issues & A Democracy Crises.

ELECTION ISSUES Where there is a general election, those seeking votes as individuals put out their ideas, possible plans and hopes. They lay out their desired agenda, a direction they see for people, a region or a country. This shared information is expected to be gained by concerned voters and gain it they do, often…

Speaking Realistically.

SPEAKING REALISTICALLY. In the near future Ireland faces real realities. Between the repayment of further EU loans given due to CV19, current loss of tax intake by the state, outgoing payments to affected people and businesses besides a drastic lower tax intake in the future – and more – there will enviably be knock on…

Are Party Whips Undemocratic?

When you join the usual parties of old, they have within in them what is known as a “Party Whip”. This is a person that appointed to keep other party members in line, under strict control and told to publicly speak only what the heads of the party want them to say. Members are also…

Some Just Refuse To Get It.

Just yesterday another person in discussion with myself, churned out the usual old rubbish “What is the point in trying to do anything – sure nothing will change!” A few minutes later they admitted that more people voted for Sinn Fein than ever before. Yes, the same person that sees nothing changing but openly admits…