Saturday July 11, 2020

Let’s vote on the Freedom to Offend

Sure, we have freedom of speech, but as it’s Ireland, there’s a get-out clause

9th May, 2015

In a few weeks we’ll be voting on the age of presidential candidates, quite possibly the most moronically pointless referendum we’ve ever been asked to vote on.

All the political reform issues we could be voting on, and Fine Gael and Labour give us this thing they found crumpled up in a bin at the Constitutional Convention. Why are we voting on this? Because FG and Labour, having failed to do...

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