Archive of articles published in 2017

31 DecOut, out, out! Time to purge! Let the deportations beginSunday Independent
18 DecThe issue of the border will pale in comparison to the fraught abortion debate in the republicBelfast Telegraph
17 DecThese Sinn Fein proxies do not deserve respectSunday Independent
11 DecThe trouble with closed minds is that they make for very dull, meaningless conversationsBelfast Telegraph
4 DecBy stoking fear over return to a hard border, Gerry Adams is exploiting the Brexit issueBelfast Telegraph
30 NovA divided Ireland is providing fertile ground for grievance-mongersReaction
27 NovGerry Adams’s hate campaign against the Protestants of Ulster shows no sign of slowingBelfast Telegraph
26 NovAbandon hope: Ballymurphy republicans never really retireSunday Independent
24 NovA shared history means Britain and Ireland remain intertwinedThe Telegraph
20 NovDon’t set your hopes too high … despite the hype, Adams hasn’t gone away, you knowBelfast Telegraph
20 NovThis vain, poisonous liar says he’s quitting… if only it was true: RUTH DUDLEY EDWARDS says Gerry Adams will continue to influence Sinn Fein even if he does step downDaily Mail
12 NovCompensation culture in jails shows how easy it is to exploit our rights-based and unequal systemBelfast Telegraph
12 NovHow true patriots kept free speech alive in IrelandSunday Independent
10 NovI detect the bullying hand of the EU in Ireland’s surprise Brexit ultimatum. It must be rejectedThe Telegraph
6 NoveRepublicanism must learn from statesman who realised consent was only road to a united IrelandBelfast Telegraph
30 OctSecond passport doesn’t have to mean a change in your national identityBelfast Telegraph
29 OctAn articulate, intelligent war hero takes on republicansSunday Independent
23 OctBelfast Agreement clear on Irish unity, but that’s no reason for unionism to worryBelfast Telegraph
16 OctVirtue signallers like Clinton and Weinstein have always treated ‘little people’ with contemptBelfast Telegraph
15 OctMartin has got Bertie on the ropesSunday Independent
8 OctWhen it comes to Catalonia, nationalists want partition and unionists want unityBelfast Telegraph
3 OctThere’s an art to exposing your opponents as hate-filled ideologues, and Jacob Rees-Mogg has mastered itThe Telegraph
2 OctJim McDowell is a journalist who has led from the front to expose NI’s gangsters and low-lifesBelfast Telegraph
1 OctDefenders of democracy must now unit against extremes of Sinn FeinSunday Independent
25 SeptTotalitarian Sinn Fein riven by dissent as councillors in south exit amid bullying claimsBelfast Telegraph
18 SeptYouth needs to have some life experience before it is ready to elect politiciansBelfast Telegraph
17 Sept‘Face the facts: jihadis are here and they want to wipe out infidels…’Sunday Independent
11 SeptUnder Gerry Adams, Sinn Fein amounts to a malignant growth on the whole islandBelfast Telegraph
4 SeptHow republican propagandists tried and failed to discredit the legacy of Sean O’CallaghanBelfast Telegraph
3 SeptTom Oliver lived for his family and was murdered for the IRASunday Independent
28 AugHow my dear friend Sean O’Callaghan showed the true meaning of redemptionBelfast Telegraph
27 AugMy friend Sean: a patriot who turned from terror to become an inspirationSunday Independent
21 AugWhen it comes to Brexit, the EU establishment is obsessed with its own self-interestBelfast Telegraph
20 AugIrish politicians should avoid the united Ireland cul-de-sacSunday Independent
14 AugThe liberal authoritarians manipulating social media in order to stifle honest debateBelfast Telegraph
7 AugLynch mob may have killed off the career of Kevin MyersBelfast Telegraph
6 AugYou’d wonder about the people who join political parties that tolerate no dissentSunday Independent
31 July It is possible to identify as both British and Irish and that is an awkward truth for Sinn FeinBelfast Telegraph
25 JulyTop Orangeman’s message of respect ignored amid howls of criticismBelfast Telegraph
24 JulyHow politicians both north and south can stop Irish language being a weapon in SF’s arsenalBelfast Telegraph
23 JulyPolicy on the hoof and a dead horse strategySunday Independent
17 JulyIt is about time unionists called Sinn Fein’s bluff over its demand for new human rights legistlationBelfast Telegraph
10 JulyShame at IRA’s blood-soaked, futile campaign explains Sinn Fein’s desire to rewrite historyBelfast Telegraph
9 JulyThe Irish and the Canadians: grievances, guns and socksSunday Independent
3 JulyWhatever the cost of keeping royals on the road, taxpayers should be quite happy to pay itBelfast Telegraph
30 JuneDon’t believe the doom-mongering — the DUP deal will be good for Northern IrelandProspect Magazine
28 JuneAs any Muppet can tell you, Gerry Adams – it isn’t easy being greenBelfast Telegraph
28 JuneThis DUP deal turns the tables on Gerry AdamsThe Times
26 JuneJeremy Corbyn and anti-DUP stripper did fantastic job in livening up my SaturdayBelfast Telegraph
25 JuneDinosaur chasers betray their guilty consciences over DUP huntSunday Independent
19 JuneThrown by the election result, Gerry Adams realises he has painted himself into a cornerBelfast Telegraph
15 JuneNo, bringing in the DUP will not shatter peace in Northern Ireland. Here’s why…Daily Telegraph
12 JuneDUP suddently very serious plaers and stakes could hardly be higherBelfast Telegraph
12 JuneTough talks won’t faze the leader who survived IRADaily Mail
11 JuneHow one woman’s misfortune can be another’s opportunitySunday Independent
5 JuneIf there’s a hung parliament, Gerry Adams will presenthis wish list to Jeremy CorbynBelfast Telegraph
31 MayTAKING THE PEACE Jeremy Corbyn insists his only link to the IRA was as a peacemaker but it’s lies, says Irish historian Ruth Duley EdwardsSUN
29 MayHysterical and abusive, how Shinnerbots display their utter contempt for free speechBelfast Telegraph
22 MayNorth and south, Sinn Fein’s horrible attitude has made it the real Nasty PartyBelfast Telegraph
21 MayIf you can’t kill Unionists, traduce and demoralise themSunday Independent
18 MayJeremy Corbyn’s three decades of comfort and aid to the ProvisionalsBelfast Telegraph
15 MayBrainwashing seems to be an issue with young Irish speakers judging by TV’s The Top TableBelfast Telegraph
8 MayIgnore Sinn Fein’s mischief making about a border poll that hardly anyone wantsBelfast Telegraph
7 MayMcDonald had many choices but has walked a murky pathSunday Independent
1 MayFinal message that leaves us in no doubt about the loyalties of former Deputy First MinisterBelfast Telegraph
24 AprilWith Foster embracing the Irish language, chief mourner O’Neill has got some ground to make upBelfast Telegraph
24 AprilI’m frequently accused of not liking Gerry Adams… and I cannot really deny the chargeBelfast Telegraph
23 AprilBrexit is not going away so we need to just get on with itSunday Independent
17 AprilGerry Adams could learn a lesson in moral courage from the late Bishop RichmondBelfast Telegraph
10 AprilAlliance styles itself the voice of rerason, but is a leading force of intolerance on City CouncilBelfast Telegraph
9 AprilTrojan horse of republicanism can’t hide truth about TroublesSunday Independent
3 AprilHistory tells us the resolute Mr Reiss may be just the man to knock a few heads together at StormontBelfast Telegraph
1 AprilThe unvarnished truth about women in powerBelfast Telegraph
30 MarGerry Adams never wastes a crisisProspect Magazine
27 MarRuth Dudley Edwards: McGuinness asked how I’d deal with the Northern Ireland situation: ‘I’d intern you and Adams,’ I saidBelfast Telegraph
26 MarSinn Fein badly damaged by loss of Martin McGuinnessSunday Independent
23 MarWill Bill Clinton spare a thought for IRA victims?Belfast Telegraph
21 MarBehind the smile, Martin McGuinness was a mass murderer with menace inhis eyes – who only turned to peace when he was beatenDaily Mail
20 MarThank you for all the laughs, Martina, and for showing us a side Sinn Fein tries to concealBelfast Telegraph
17 MarIs the sun settingon power-sharing at Stormont?capX
13 MarWhy is it right for Dublin to take nationalist line but not for London to take a unionist one?Belfast Telegraph
12 MarTime to call off the lynch mob: the nuns were victims tooSunday Independent
6 MarNorthern Ireland elections: more polarisationProspect Magazine
6 MarUnionists need to start acting like patriots rather than nationalists or war will be lostBelfast Telegraph
4 MarTribalism wins the day again and it’s all just so depressingBelfast Telegraph
27 FebRuth Dudley Edwards: Open letter to Mrs O’Neill — being opposed to republicans does not make one sectartianBelfast Telegraph
26 FebFormer Archbishop of Dublin was a good man forced into the wrong jobSunday Independent
20 FebClock is ticking for Taoiseach as controversy surrounding whistleblowing garda deepensBelfast Telegraph
13 FebColum Eastwood must change strategy and now adopt a more grown-up attitude to world and local politicsBelfast Telegraph
12 FebBrendan McGahon refused to stop shaming sneaky regardersSunday Independent
10 FebOmagh relatives brave example of what to do if justice system failsBelfast Telegraph
6 FebNominating McGuinness for a peace prize hasn’t helped his own party to bury the pastBelfast Telegraph
30 JanJeremy Corbyn has a lengthy track record of defending oppressors, not their victimsBelfast Telegraph
29 JanEdna Kenny’s first duty is to protect our democracySunday Independent
23 JanArlene Foster, like Margaret Thatcher, has had to combat misogyny in her political careerBelfast Telegraph
20 JanStop talking rubbish Martin McGuinness and try saying sorry insteadBelfast Telegraph
16 JanStormont crisis: Northern Ireland is no longer the centre of the universe so forget about looking for help elsewhereBelfast Telegraph
15 JanBoth the DUP and Sinn Fein have angry supporters to placateSunday Independent
10 JanGerry Adams entry into the fray turned row toxic — if McGuinness had been well he would have found a way to some kind of compromiseBelfast Telegraph
9 JanWhy Northern Ireland’s fragile power sharing is under threatCNN
9 JanIt’s now time to confront the lies told for years about RUC’s intrepid Special BranchBelfast Telegraph
2 JanOther than the usual suspects, here are some people we could weel do without in 2017Belfast Telegraph
1 JanGrandees require a push if they can’t deport themselvesSunday Independent

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