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There is also the question of talent. Commonly we “know�? what we have to find out, before we find it out. Fortune favours the prepared mind.

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Family day at the Dail

The Dail is firmly under the thumb of the Government, whereas our Constitution envisages that it should be the reverse. The principle purpose of a Constitution is to rein in the Executive. Representative democracy exists for the same purpose.

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Family day at the Dail

The Dail is firmly under the thumb of the Government, whereas our Constitution envisages that it should be the reverse.

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Gordon Brown & Jacqui Smith

The proposal is a recipe for injustice. They are saying that they want to imprison people for up to 42 days while they search for evidence upon which they could charge them with an offence.

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Trouble in the Port Tunnel

The real news story of the Dublin Port Tunnel is not its faults; it is the role of the whistleblower/s.

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Bertie Ahern and Warren G Harding

Bertie’s friends are particularly brazen in claiming “unfair proceduresâ€? on the part of the Tribunal. Of what do they think cross-examination consists? Do they think counsel should write down his questions and give advance notice of them in that format? And not deviate from the script?

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A Statue in College Green

As we see with Bertie Ahern, if you talk rubbish it has its purpose, and even if the exact purpose cannot be seen, it can be sensed. That means your speech is concealing and not revealing.

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The Source of Law?

…and no man knows when they were first put forth.

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Refute this again!

There is a modern plot to destroy a good word, the word “refuteâ€?.

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Cynics

I notice a tendency in Fianna Fail politicians to attack the electorate by claiming it is cynical.

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