George Stokes, Irish physicist and mathematician

Posted on Aug 13, 2018 in Ireland | 2 comments

George Stokes  was born on this day in Sligo in 1819. The Irish physicist and mathematician was Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University from 1849 until his death in 1903.  George Gabriel Stokes is one of three great mathematicians associated with Ireland in the 19th century. If Boole translated classical logic into algebra, while […]

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Dan Breen: The shadowy Gunman

Posted on Aug 11, 2018 in Ireland | 2 comments

One of the most famous fighters in the fight for Irish freedom, Dan Breen was born on this day in Grange, Donohill, Co Tipperary. He was an iconic IRA figure in both the War of Independence and also the Civil War. On 21st January 1919 under the leadership of Séamus Robinson his unit launched an […]

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Corbyn’s Hodge Bodge

Posted on Aug 7, 2018 in latest | one comment

The whole discredited “investigation” of Margaret Hodge displays a stunning incompetence by Jennie Formby and the Stalinist Muppets Milne & Murray behind her and once again exposes Jeremy Corbyn’s  destructive “Leadership.” The ranting and ravings of the ludicrous Corbynariat against Margaret Hodge show their only talent is for herd like personal abuse and disgusting the […]

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GAA needs to up its Game

Posted on Jul 19, 2018 in Ireland | Comments Off on GAA needs to up its Game

Organisers of the Liam Miller charity match have been  refused permission to host the game at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. A host of former Manchester United, Celtic, and Republic of Ireland stars are set to play the tribute match in aid of the family of the late Corkman at Turner’s Cross on Tuesday, September 25. The […]

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Labour Party Anti-Semitism Failure

Posted on Jul 19, 2018 in latest | 9 comments

So Labour will now go after a Jewish MP, whose family died in the Holocaust, for highlighting Anti-Semitism in Labour at the highest levels. This is a total and utter disgrace. Margaret Hodge has been a magnificent, fearless and convincing ambassador for Labour, warning about public concern about immigration long before her party; changing BNP […]

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Bastille Day and the revolting Irish

Posted on Jul 14, 2018 in Ireland | 2 comments

Today, Bastille Day 14th July 2018, is the 229th anniversary of the storming of the Bastille Prison in France. It is hard to recall the French Revolution without thinking of the response of the Chinese Premier Chou En Lai, who when asked what he thought was its impact answered “It is too early to tell!” When […]

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Brexit Swansong

Posted on Jul 9, 2018 in Britain | Comments Off on Brexit Swansong

So lazy David Davis having engaged in lazy Brexit fantasies has delivered absolutely nothing including not a SINGLE Trade Agreement knows the game is up and resigns at 11.30 on a Sunday night. In a stunning move which rocked Westminster, the Conservative big-hitter said he had become “a reluctant conscript” to the Prime Minister’s Brexit […]

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Bloomsday 2018

Posted on Jun 15, 2018 in Dublin | one comment

  Bloomsday, the day named after Leopold Bloom, the dapper central character in Ulysses, is being celebrated in James Joyce’s hometown of Dublin on Saturday 16th June 2018. That is the day in which Bloom took his meandering stroll through Dublin city in the literary classic, which is set on one day, June 16, 1904. […]

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The Two Dictators Summit

Posted on Jun 12, 2018 in latest | Comments Off on The Two Dictators Summit

No doubt The Donald will hail his Love Island Summit with Kim Jung-un as the “Greatest Meeting Ever!” but he cannot gloss over the criminal brutality of the United States in Korea and the brutality of the North Korean tyranny imprisoning its own people in a communist Gulag. A good start to the Two Dictators […]

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Ireland of the Skinny Dippers

Posted on Jun 11, 2018 in Ireland | one comment

Women gathered in the glorious Wicklow sunshine yesterday afternoon and managed to raise hundreds of thousands of euro for charity and set a new Guinness World Record for a skinny dip in the process. Over 2,500 women have stripped off and broken the world record for the largest mass skinny dip. A total of 2,505 […]

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The Eagle On London

Schools to Prison on the Tube

Posted on Aug 24, 2018 in latest | 15 comments

Happy Birthday Karl Marx

Posted on May 5, 2018 in latest | 18 comments

Millicent Fawcett

Posted on Apr 24, 2018 in latest | Comments Off on Millicent Fawcett

Labour anti-Semitism – the morning after

Posted on Mar 27, 2018 in latest | Comments Off on Labour anti-Semitism – the morning after

The Eagle on Ireland

The Longest Day

Posted on Jun 21, 2019 in Ireland | Comments Off on The Longest Day

Bloomsday 2019

Posted on Jun 16, 2019 in Dublin | Comments Off on Bloomsday 2019

My Old Man

Posted on Jun 16, 2019 in Dublin | Comments Off on My Old Man

An Irish song for May Day!

Posted on May 1, 2019 in Ireland | Comments Off on An Irish song for May Day!