June, 2018

An open letter to Arlene

  Dear Arlene,   I hope this finds you well and that you’re not suffering excessively from the current  heat…Yes of course I’m talking about the weather. I have taken the liberty of writing to you because I’m fearful you may be about to set out on a path that can only end in disillusionment and […]

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A Dissenting Letter to the Irish Post by Donal Kennedy

Sir, Your front page (June 2) shows an ecstatic young woman riding on the shoulders of a young man wearing a “Repeal” T-Shirt in the middle of a smiling and applauding crowd. The picture was one of many similar illustrations beamed from Ireland. On the same page Taoiseach Leo Varadkar described the “Repeal” vote as […]

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Paul oozes over my breakfast

  There are few voices I find more breakfast-ruining than that of Paul Givan. It’s a sweet voice, so sweet it slides from left ear to right (Be quiet, Virginia), then out and drizzles over my Rice Krispies, staining everything it touches. I know I should have more respect for the unique voice of each […]

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