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Why Brexit will be good for Ireland’s economy

A glance at official figures on Ireland’s international trade Continue reading

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To move on

Tiny fingers wrapped around a giant thumb Continue reading

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When liberalism becomes a modern affront to prosperity

Society has been taught the price of anything, compromising the value of everything. Continue reading

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When life tends to zero

Life deals us all a finite horizon With a probability of exit tending to one as life tends to a hundred   But when the probability is refined By sickness or emergency There is an ominous approach of death   … Continue reading

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Trump win proves people best swayed by vitriolic bullshit

To avoid following in the footsteps of our American cousins, Europeans need to harmonise more firmly and more faithfully. Continue reading

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21 grams: how a leather ball can explain the mystery of the soul

We all remember Chuck Noland’s leather-faced friend Wilson in the 2000 cinematic blockbuster Cast Away starring Tom Hanks. Washed up on a desert island, Noland roams his way desperately across the beach in search of survival tools and food. Under … Continue reading

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Trump is delicious contrast to Clinton status quo

It would be little surprise if so-called natives started pissing on their own lawns to illustrate ownership, such is the ridiculous swing towards xenophobia that is being witnessed across parts of the rich world right now. Continue reading

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