Monthly Archives: December 2010

Peadar Ua Laoghaire’s Christmas Day sermon

[Taken from PUL’s Seanmóin is Trí Fichid] LÁ NOLLAG Léitear an Soiscéal (Lúcás 2. c.) A phobal, Gan amhras do mheas an t-Impire ardchomhachtach san a bhí an uair sin ina cheann ar Impireacht na Rómha gur ag déanamh a … Continue reading

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A libertarian approach to family values

We live in the era of so-called “women’s rights”. I am not sure that women’s rights could only have been interpreted in a way that has weakened the traditional family. But that is the situation that now obtains in England … Continue reading

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Who rules Britain?

The basic question of politics is “who does what to whom?” This was put a little more succintly in Russian by Vladimir Lenin as “kto, kogo”, “who? whom?” He was a Marxist with a fondness for class analysis of society, … Continue reading

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