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Clarion call for conservatives?

There are fears that a new right-wing website will start an Irish version of the culture wars being waged in the US, but its proponents argue that conservatives could be driven into the arms of extremists if they can’t find a platform that reflects their views

Aiden Corkery

Political Correspondent

@aiden_corkery
18th August, 2019

Dull is not a word anyone is likely to use to describe the new conservative website funded by the pro-life movement. Gript.ie wants your attention, and it is not shy about how it goes about getting it.

“Time to stop droning on about breastfeeding,” reads the headline on one opinion piece which tells mothers to “enjoy every minute of it” but also “don’t go looking for brownie points”....

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