Ireland Tax Haven for American Corporations Is it ethical to have a company in the U.S. base a subsidiary in a nation like Ireland to avoid paying taxes here? The company being […]
Income Inequality and Hubris What They Really Think About Us | homophilosophicus Surviving the post-apocalyptic landscape that Ireland has become in the wake of the Celtic Tiger is difficult enough for most […]
I very much enjoyed this documentary. I find it insightful. A citizen of Ireland who worked as a foreign correspondent returns home and looks at his country with some perspective. It’s easy […]
The English government during the Irish Famine of 1845 – 1852 adhered strictly to a doctrine of Laissez-faire. I want you to listen to the cold blooded ramblings of a government in […]
No Irish Spring: Emerald Isle as Credit Crunch Microcosm (via The Big Picture) Unemployment is now 13 percent in Ireland; it would be higher if 5 percent of the working-age population (principally […]
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The only way you could make this policy mix work was if you could find a very rich lender with no ability to conceptualize the future. Hmm, let’s see a rich entity with limited ability to fully imagine a future state – it must be the European Union!
Our buddy in Ireland has survived the demonstration to bring us an account of it. It was not very successful and there was no violence. (I like the no violence part.) He […]
This is Homophilosophicus take on the Authoritarian in Irish History and the last in today’s series. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this as much as I have. He has a thoughtful mind […]
Homophilosophicus is angry. Big Time Rage. So, keep your computer away from combustibles and read. James Pilant Ireland has betrayed her children. No more can the republican rhetoric of the young state […]