Drunken, brawling, criminal, lazy, as thick as two short planks nailed together, and not wanted over here—that’s what ‘everybody knew’ about the average Mick when I was growing up in England. Creating a racist stereotype doesn’t need any basis in fact, just an ugly image repeated often enough. (10 minute read.)
The first words she’d ever said to him were that her father had warned her not to be in this dance hall because it attracted a very low crowd. She’d had a blonde bubble-cut then, just like Kim Novak’s, and she was the best-dressed girl in the hall.
The only possible conclusion is that current housing policy is designed to make landlords, developers, and investors rich on our tax money. Keep shovelling the money upwards and, to paraphrase Trump, ‘one day the homeless will just disappear, like a miracle.’
Eco-villages have become more and more popular over the years as people become more conscious of the looming climate crisis. Owen Connolly asks Davie Philips of Cloughjordan exactly what is an eco-village and what is different about living in one?
More than 250,000 UK citizens may die by Johnson’s Covid-19 experiment. Herd immunity has never been tested on a human population with an unknown virus and an unavailable vaccine. This idea by Boris Johnson and his administration in the UK, was not only crazy, but a very dangerous human experiment.
Let’s be clear, homelessness is a policy-driven crisis. Bedrock Fine Gael ideology does not want government in the business of building public housing, because it interferes with the free market. The ‘logic’ is that, without government interference, supply-and-demand in a free marketplace will solve the problem. Except that it hasn’t.
Most tinnitus sufferers have the common experience of being told “there is no cure for tinnitus.” However, life changing help is available for tinnitus victims and this article explains how and why it works.
Since 2006 when our hospital A&E’s were determined by the then Minister for Health, Mary Harney, to be in a “state of emergency”, almost 4,000 sick people in A&E have been killed. The deaths are due solely to delays, neglect and inhumane treatment while awaiting necessary medical intervention.