Dear Taoiseach, You’ve loads of people giving you advice about the upcoming St Patrick’s Day trip to the US, starting with instructions to stay at home and eat the shamrock yourself. Then you have folk who want you to go to the White House in order to deliver a tutorial on human rights, common decency, the moral responsibilities of being what used to be called the leader of the free [...]
Terry's appearance on RTE's The Cutting Edge, December 14th
For many of us, the office Christmas party can put a serious damper on the festive spirit. Your Honour, I put it to you that this is the perfect example of Reconstituted Celtic Tiger times: A woman who has to dress at dawn for a Christmas office party happening 13 hours later. A woman who must, despite working all day, maintain the look she had before the breakfast she didn’t [...]
Was President Higgins’ Castro tribute appropriate? WHEN IT COMES to writing about the recently deceased, we Irish seem to adopt the approach, if you have nothing good to say, say nothing. But is this the way to properly mark the passing of someone, either loved or loathed? What should go into an obituary and why? This dilemma was best exemplified when President Higgins described Castro as a “Giant among global [...]
Terry Prone – TV3’s Midday – 30th November 2016.
Terry Prone – RTE’s Today Show – 28th November 2016
Anton Savage – RTE’s Today Show – 17th November 2016
Terry Prone – RTE’s Today Show - 14th November 2016.
Eoghan appeared on Ireland AM to talk about Donald Trump’s victory.
What made Trump's 'Make America Great Again' slogan so powerful? It was the slogan that he built a campaign on. But by taking ‘Make America Great Again’ – previously used in campaigns like Ronald Reagan’s – and making it his own, Donald Trump helped to reflect his supporters’ desires and move towards an unexpected victory. Today, the new President-elect of the United States pledged to be a “President of all Americans”, [...]