If it had been possible to blag my way past security and onto the Right2Water stage on Saturday, this is what I would have said: “They said when the water charges protest began that it was a threat to democracy. As a human being standing … Continue reading Dara
Didn’t think I’d end up asking any questions or talking much at the UL #CrisisJournalism conference, being a lowly blogger. But ya know, instinctive decisions an all particularly when Dobbo makes a joke about having to declare an interest in the University while skeletons are … Continue reading Its not for you.
Featuring in The Dublin Inquirer and regularly at DegreeOfUncertainty. Hark! Unmarried seagull from Bettystown. The first of many answers to Lovin’ Dublins Hun before that gets out out of hand. And to the surprise of lost skittish class people everywhere, paying each others bus fare with a … Continue reading Unmarried Seagull from Bettystown
Analyzing our surroundings and understanding how economic, social and political power works is something we all have a right and a responsibility to do as citizens. Sorry to be the one to break it to the Fintan O’Toole and the ‘dignity of labour’ brigade but it is in no way restricted to the chattering class, that’s kinda the point of democracy.
This first of many blog posts on one of middle Ireland’s increasingly frantic attempts to distract themselves from them epiphany slaps along dat long, slow descent into existential crisis that is waking up to the effects of austerity and all those structural reforms. Structural reforms: … Continue reading Gullers Travels goes to Kilkenomics: Da politics of political inclusion
Going all in with the chip on my shoulder, takin’ aim at the officer class sending us over the top with economic policy. Dragged up in Darndale with a mind choppin up ur beliefs like its butchers meat combo moves of non sequiturs, resentment an … Continue reading Ya Picked the wrong prole to fuck with