Archive of articles published in 2015

28 DecMy list of people Northern Ireland would be a lot better off withoutBelfast Telegraph
27 DecOut, out, out: the deportations listSunday Independent
21 DecFamine novel will only appeal to the grievance junkiesBelfast Telegraph
14 DecAt last, the courts defend our right to expose hoodlumsBelfast Telegraph
7 DecSinn Fein edifice shakes as signs of dissent surfaceBelfast Telegraph
2 DecDoes IRS killer Seamus Kearney have no shame? Anyone with decency would be begging forgivenessBelfast Telegraph
30 NovSinn Fein’s politics are as outdated as the party’s leadersBelfast Telegraph
29 NovLeave the statues alone: they’re part of our historySunday Independent
23 NovWest right to wage war, but Muslims are not the enemyBelfast Telegraph
22 NovDeluded feminists divide us and imperil basic freedomsSunday Independent
16 NovDavid McNarry should sort out problems closer to homeBelfast Telegraph
15 NovParis, Balcombe Street and unusual US donorsSunday Independent
14 NovSaturday night fever: The alternatives to reality showsBelfast Telegraph
1 NovOrange reaction to KKK painting hurts free speechBelfast Telegraph
1 NovGerry Adams: grievances, spies, spooks and the liesSunday Independent
2 NovEaster Rising rebels were idealists, but Sinn Fein are foul opportunistsBelfast Telegraph
1 NovAdams has to travel in two different directionsSunday Independent
26 OctBlustering Gerry Adams just unites his foes with his denialsBelfast Telegraph
26 OctDilenced by feminazis: The disturbing (and bitterly ironic) story of how Germaine Greer is having her voice snatched away by feminist studentsDaily Mail
25 OctTime to think carefully about who we want in governmentSunday Independent
19 OctVictims must not be deserted for sake of political expediencyBelfast Telegraph
18 OctSome awkward questions on the Easter ProclamationSunday Independent
12 OctPeople cannot be forced to enjoy a different cultureBelfast Telegraph
11 OctEnduring lure of mystery keeps crime writers busySunday Independent
5 OctSectarian statues will provoke only bigotry and hatredBelfast Telegraph
4 OctIt’s time to get over the fact that the Great Famine was not genocideSunday Independent
28 SeptFormer RUC hero stands in stark contrast to vain Sinn Fein leaderBelfast Telegraph
27 SeptWhat can we really expect from a pig but a grunt or two?Sunday Independent
26 SeptWhat students really need to know about starting out at universityBelfast Telegraph
21 SeptJohn McDonnell gave us a sorry excuse for an apologyBelfast Telegraph
20 SeptNot much fun for Jezza in the job he never wantedSunday Independent
14 SeptAdams’ blog gives insight, but not in a way he intendsBelfast Telegraph
13 SeptIt’s time that Sinn Fein sorted out its own problemsSunday Independent
8 SeptGreenslated’s bid at full disclosure falls short for meBelfast Telegraph
30 AugDead being used to inspire others to kill for IrelandBelfast Telegraph
30 AugStill obediently following Fenian instruction bookletSunday Independent
24 AugOnly by admitting to tribalism will we one day conquer itBelfast Telegraph
17 AugMany still cling to misguided ideas of the men of 1916Belfast Telegraph
16 AugSexpot Trot gets Left ll hot and botheredSunday Independent
10 AugBe grateful and ignore Sinn Dein’s victimhood mythBelfast Telegraph
9 AugTed Heath: A man who didn’t fancy anyoneSunday Independent
3 AugFrankie Boyle so vile that he even managed to split Sinn FeinBelfast Telegraph
2 AugI’m sorry to sound hard-hearted, but we are definitely not CecilBelfast Telegraph
20 JulyOrange Order needs to face up to reality and act positively on parades issueBelfast Telegraph
19 JulyDonald Trump wants to be President of the United States. Should we worry?Sunday Independent
13 JulyMy fascust granny taught me the dangers of nationalismBelfast Telegraph
12 JulyPolygamy, polygyny, polyandry? What’s next?Sunday Independent
6 JulySinn Fein winding up unionists with a ban on humourBelfast Telegraph
5 JulySinn Fein is panicking as its brothers wreak havoc in GreeceSunday Independent
29 JuneBrave acts cast the spotlight on bigotry of othersBelfast Telegraph
28 JuneObama should maybe follow his own advice and listen to his opponentsSunday Independent
24 JuneAs they arrive in Germany, why Queen Elizabeth and Duke of Edinburgh are an inspirationBelfast Telegraph
22 JuneTwo very different sides of the sexual equality debateBelfast Telegraph
21 JuneHilary or Jeb? There are other choices to a dynastic successionSunday Independent
15 JuneProud Orangemen are pro-Protestant, not anti-CatholicBelfast Telegraph
14 JuneGalway is confused, but he’s right about PaisleySunday Independent
8 JuneScots lead way in how Orangemen can reach othersBelfast Telegraph
7 JuneObituary: Charles KennedySunday Independent
7 JuneAt all costs, get the pronouns rightSunday Independent
1 JuneSpoilt MPs want more from bank of mum and dadBelfast Telegraph
31 MayThe winds of change are blowing through EuropeSunday Independent
27 MayA death dividing Britain: It’s such an emotive issue — was this father of three girls right to take his life at a Swiss clinic? Here, three writers give their different viewDaily Mail
27 May Kyle Paisley hints his twin is the man to tame DUP nest of vipersBelfast Telegraph
25 MaySpare a thought for those who voted No in IrelandDaily Telegraph
24 MayThis was more like an assault than a handshakeSunday Independent
20 MayPrince Charles has nothing to opolgise for but is happy to forgive — it’s a pty Gerry Adams can’t do the sameBelfast Telegraph
18 MayDubious eulogy to Jock Davison worthy of proper debateBelfast Telegraph
17 May The old leaders of Sinn Fein just won’t let goSunday Independent
11 MayUnionists must put the UK above party advantageBelfast Telegraph
10 MayEnglish preferred steady George Osborne to flaky Russell BrandSunday Independent
4 MayWhy we should all just give the Old Testament a restBelfast Telegraph
3 MayIt’s all to play for in the British general electionSunday Independent
1 MayDawn Purvis’ background as an apologist for killers cannot be erasedBelfast Telegraph
27 AprQueen’s University cannot simply give in to murderous thugsBelfast Telegraph
26 AprObituary: Lord Mason of BarnsleySunday Independent
20 AprSinn Fein’s trolls scored own goal with John Coyle attackBelfast Telegraph
19 AprWhy are we still listening to the 1916 Secret SevenSunday Independent
13 AprIgnore the hysteria and get justice for victimes of KincoraBelfast Telegraph
12 AprWe should support the Pope’s crusade against IslamismSunday Independent
6 AprHow Republicans love to perpetuate the romantic mythBelfast Telegraph
5 AprSinn Fein trapped in a time warpSunday Independent
5 AprOnce discarded like a dead stray, Jean McConfille hasn’t gone away, you knowSunday Independent
30 MarMEP Anderson’s picky about what causes to favourBelfast Telegraph
29 MarLentils all round: the BBC mishandles Clarkson affairSunday Independent
23 MarMitchel McLaughlin has the perfect attributes for Speaker’s jobBelfast Telegraph
16 MarSinn Fein and its tenuous, tribal claims on RisingBelfast Telegraph
15 MarObituary: Politician James MolyneauxSunday Independent
15 MarWhen in trouble, the party just stages another crisisSunday Independent
9 Mar Radical thinking is needed to secure future of UnionBelfast Telegraph
8 MarFear and loathing in WashingtonSunday Independent
6 Mar Shockingly, te Fourth Plinth horse is actually quite goodDaily Telegraph
2 MarLoyalists are just criminals, but republicanism is a cult of fascistsBelfast Telegraph
1 MarThey talk of youth, but old men still lead Sinn FeinSunday Independent
23 FebSDLP showing courage and cowardice in equal measureBelfast Telegraph
22 FebLesson in doublespeak from looking-glass landSunday Independent
16 FebSinn Fein beating tribal drum particularly hard as poll loomsBelfast Telegraph
9 FebSelf-important Gerry Adams detached from any realityBelfast Telegraph
8 FebIn disgrace: Downfall could serve as lesson to othersSunday Independent
2 FebBroadcasters send the wrong signal by excluding Northern IrelandBelfast Telegraph
1 FebLike Pearse, McGuinness is misleading followersSunday Independent
26 Jan Martin Galvin: He may be older, but his hatred remains intactBelfast Telegraph
25 Jan‘No to Page 3’ campaign was pathetic and utterly deludedSunday Independent
19 JanTony Blair gave in too often, but he did secure the UnionBelfast Telegraph
18 JanPresidents and abbots should laugh at themselvesSunday Independent
12 JanLet’s support the Press in duty to confront menace of Islamic terrorBelfast Telegraph
11 JanTo honour the dead, we should defend free speechSunday Independent
07 JanSo, does Ched Evans deserve a second chance?Belfast Telegraph
05 JanThe minister who won’t be cowed by Sinn Fein ‘fury’Belfast Telegraph
04 JanIt’s not easy being royal in the era of social mediaSunday Independent


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