Christmas Lockdown Party Update

Christmas 2020 Message from the Party Leader

It’s beginning to look a lot like… they ruined Christmas. If feverishness is a symptom of Covid the Government and NPHET would do well to take their own advice and…

Party Update

Christmas Message from the Deputy Leader

As deputy leader, I wish every member and supporter of the National Party a warm and merry Christmas and a happy new year. For many Irish people, this Christmas will…

Óige Náisiúnach | Nationalist Youth Party Update

Óige Náisiúnach Christmas Message 2020

Nollaig 2020 Ar son Óige Náisiúnach guím séan agus sonas ar gach duine an geimhreadh seo. Go háirithe, Nollaig Shona do cách agus na clainne I bponc de bharr an…

USA

USA: A Viable Nation?

The Presidential Elections in the US are important here, whether we like it or not. The perceived direction of the World’s largest military and economic power can’t be of no…

Irish nationalism

Rejecting the Politics of Nostalgia

Is Nationalism Nostalgic? The accusation is made that nationalism is nostalgic; that it is merely a reactionary longing for an idealised past. But this misrepresents both nationalism and nostalgia. The…

Lockdown

Not Free Merely: Reflections on Liberty in a Year of Lockdown

It is natural in the midst of chaotic lockdown restrictions that people consider the nature of freedom. And it is understandable that they choose in some cases to make their…

Press Releases

Honouring Seán Treacy and Renaming Talbot Street in Dublin

In the centenary of anniversaries, it is imperative that we honour and respect the valiant efforts and sacrifices made by Irish Nationalists a century ago. One such sacrifice was that…

Irish nationalism Michael Collins

Fine Gael have no claim to Michael Collins, says Justin Barrett

The following is from a press release issued by the National Party on 23 August, 2020: Fine Gael have no claim to Michael Collins, says Justin Barrett The National Party…

Irish Identity Irish nationalism

A Separatist Tradition: Irish Nationalism in the 21st Century

“It thus appears that Ireland has been Separatist up to the beginning of the generation that is now growing old. Separatism, in fact, is the national position. Whenever an Irish…

GAA Irish Identity

The Question of Territory: Croke Park, Eid and the GAA

It had been a quiet year in Croke Park, for obvious reasons. Lockdown restrictions had silenced stadiums throughout the country and indeed the world. That was until Friday 31 July…