Ireland can be a better, stronger, more ethical country, with a little help from those who want to improve it.
For a country that puts community at its heart, you’d expect the same in its government.
“It is not in the interests of our community for Irish (which our ancestors shunned as they would rocky crags) to be spoken widely and freely.” So wrote Richard Stanyhurt, a Dublin-born alchemist and Latin translator, in 1587. Four hundred and thirty years later, such opinions are still being voiced against the language, and despiteContinue reading “Let the ‘Irish Is Dead’ Argument Die Instead”
Cuireadh ceist orm inniu: Pioc amach fadhb amháin faoin tír seo, agus pioc amach bua amháin fúithi fosta. Bhí an chéad chuid den dúshlán níos deacra (tiocfaidh mé ar ais chuige sin ar ball) ach bhí an dara chuid éasca. Is é an bua is fearr dá bhfuil againn ná an pobal. Pobal tacaíochta. PobalContinue reading “Más Linne an Phoblacht, Nach Linne an Pholaitíocht?”
Bank of Ireland will remove Irish from their ATMs soon, but is that the real problem?