Category Archives: Politics

Truth will ultimately prevail . . . !

“Truth will ultimately prevail where pains is taken to bring it to light.” George Washington’s letter to Charles Mynn Thruston | Sunday, August 10, 1794 Washington is replying to Frederick County, Va., delegate Charles Mynn Thruston’s 21 June 1794 letter … Continue reading

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The Party’s Over. Time for Adults in the Room to Take Charge

In the 1990s I lived and worked in Dallas, Texas. I was product manager for the world leading software development tool for corporate systems and part of a large, high performing team. Looking back, it was clear most of the … Continue reading

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Pandemic Fatigue breaks out in Ireland. And it’s all the government’s fault!

It appears that much of Europe is struggling to contain the Coronavirus. Countries that did well in the Spring are heading back into lockdown. Last night here in Ireland we heard the official confirmation of what had been an open … Continue reading

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We Are Living a Sci-Fi or Horror Movie!

Today, Friday was beautiful, and we walked a favourite path along the cliffs and then down to the beach east of Crosshaven overlooking the heads of Cork Harbour. A nearly clear sky, about 7 degrees with a stiff breeze off … Continue reading

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Brexit Warfare on LBC provides real insight into what’s happening.

James O’Brien keeps banging on about how leave voters must see that the promises made will not be kept. But he’s not smelling the coffee! Leave voters want change, and any change. In fact they see chaos as being highly desirable, even though it may hurt them personally. Now in Johnson they have a Prime Minister who is promising change will occur. And Johnson is himself chaotic. He can’t be trusted, but that’s clearly irrelevant. He can be trusted to make change even if it doesn’t work out. The ordinary workers now see that some sort of change will happen. And THAT’s what they voted for. Continue reading

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Theresa May’s Brexit Strategy?

I cannot reveal the source of this draft document. However, it seems to be an interesting approach that could just break the current Parliamentary logjam. . . . discussion draft for No 10 strategy group circulation only . . . . proposed statement re the EU … Continue reading

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Can Boris Johnson Learn From History?

Today we visited the exceptional Historical Museum in Strasbourg. But it is more than just yet another museum; it is based at the heart of Europe, in the Capitol of Europe, and in a place that provides so many historical … Continue reading

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