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Stephen Collins and the Great Liberator

There are times when the absurdity of statements coming from well-paid commentators make you wonder why they’re not punished rather than paid. In this morning’s Irish Times, Stephen Collins (no relation, buiochas le Dia), in a column titled ‘Royals have important role to play in political relations’, speaks of Daniel O’Connell “who has every right […]

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The quick way to settle differences

Good news: there’s not as much violence around as there was. That’s on the domestic level and the international level. For example, violent crime in 2014 in the US was down 4.4% – the lowest since 1948. In the UK the drop was even more striking : 10%. Various reasons are given for this. Some […]

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