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Could Orange be the new green in Ireland as some are seeking?

By Niall O’Dowd at Irish Central. Ireland should rejoin the Commonwealth; we all need to be careful how we celebrate the Easter Rising; Unionist landmarks such as partition should also be celebrated; the British soldiers who died in the Easter … Continue reading

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Bruton comments bizarre and erroneous – Gildernew

Sinn Féin MP Michelle Gildernew has said comments by former Fine Gael leader John Bruton on current difficulties in the political process in the North are bizarre and erroneous. Ms Gildernew; “The comments by John Bruton are ludicrous and are … Continue reading

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Adams slams Bruton remarks on 1916 and asks Taoiseach to ‘clarify position’

Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams TD has criticised the suggestion by former Taoiseach and Fine Gael a Leader John Bruton that the 1916 Rising was a mistake. He called on the Taoiseach to clarify his own position and that of … Continue reading

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Glass Steagall Will Stop Bail – In Banking Union In Its Tracks

Why Does John Bruton Cite Glass-Steagall in the Irish Independent? LaRouche Irish Brigade American co editor and EIR journalist Nina Ogden, EIR journalist, and  LPAC organizer Alan Ogden, teamed up with  Irish co editor, Gene Douglas, from mid April through … Continue reading

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Nessa Childers On John Bruton’s Crazy Anti-Regulation Comments

13 May (http://www.nessachilders.ie/)Labour MEP Nessa Childers today called for greater transparency on how international finance lobbies the government after former Taoiseach John Bruton called for less regulation for the IFSC. “When the chief lobbyist for the IFSC, former Taoiseach John … Continue reading

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Ireland Needs Glass Steagall Now!

The tragedy for today’s Ireland is that it has been led by the nose into a position where, following the inevitable collapse of the construction sector, there is precious little sustaining the economy save for agriculture and a few foreign … Continue reading

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