(responding to Michael McDowell)
Let’s stop focusing all our attention on him.
I spent much of last weekend in bed, recovering from a cold, reading books and enjoying the slow resolution of the local and European elections. As a friend said at the time, peak Clare.
I’m getting excited about the 2020 democratic presidential race. Here are my thoughts on the candidates I’ve been watching (not all of them - there are 24 and I have a busy life) and one candidate I wish would run.
It’s time to stop criticising the generation who came of age during the economic crash
There have been a bunch of projects reexamining Bill Clinton’s affair with a White House intern in the late 1990s.
Flawed editorial judgement led to his downfall, not a ‘climate of fear’. Continue reading…
Yet another opinion column about the 2016 election
Poverty is always a tragedy, but child poverty is especially devastating. (This piece was ghost written during my time with UNICEF.)
A new generation of Irish entrepreneurs and innovators who have already begun to change the kind of Ireland we live in.
As students, it’s time that we raised our expectations of what a college education can be.
A new generation of Irish entrepreneurs have already begin to change the Ireland we live in