January 2014 – TheLiberal.ie – Our News, Your Views

Top Gear 21 Premiere

January 30, 2014 David Murtagh 0

So the long awaited premiere starts this weekend, the most watched car show in the world starts on Sunday at 8pm on BBC 2 and BBC 2 HD. The recent trailers leading to the launch

Gay marriage – a fair debate?

January 30, 2014 James Brennan 15

In Irish society, the word “debate” has been badly tarnished.  We’re having a debate, we’re told, about the issues of the day, but that’s not really the case.  Political correctness has taken a vice-like grip

Success for The Reform Alliance

January 30, 2014 James Brennan 8

The Reform Alliance’s Conference was nothing short of a resounding success. A packed RDS was left feeling thirsty for a new political force to enter the political arena and shake things up a little. Lucinda

Our News, your Views: 30th January

January 30, 2014 Note Nots 0

During the week the Liberal.ie on facebook regularly posts current affairs, breaking news stories, showbiz updates and quirky facts. Our reader’s ideas and opinions are fundamental to our publication. Here is what you all loved,

News update: 30th January

January 30, 2014 Note Nots 0

ECHR judgement on abuse- A landmark case was successful in the ECHR earlier this week. Cork woman Louise O’Keefe had taken the state to the European Court of human rights over childhood abuse in national

Trending on the web: 30th January

January 30, 2014 Note Nots 1

From neck nominations to the Golden globes, Justin Bieber getting arrested and Vin diesel dancing to Beyonce, here is some of the latest light hearted viral videos and memes that have been clogging up your

The Reform Alliance Conference

January 23, 2014 James Brennan 0

These days, many people won’t enter the Irish political arena quite simply because they’re too honest and hold principles firm. That may sound facetious but in actuality it’s the truth. More and more people are

Do you have trust in Irish charities?

January 23, 2014 James Brennan 0

With recent revelations about fundraising going straight into “charity” directors’ pensions – do you feel confident that the money you throw into the bucket is going to the needy or just the down right “wanty”?

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