“Take Back the City” – Simple Activism or Plain Anarchy?

On September 22nd 2018, Take Back The City organised a sit down protest at O’Connell Street, to highlight the housing crisis – as though we were all unaware of it…


The Defence forces retention crisis

Our Nation’s Defence forces are in crisis, with recruitment numbers declining sharply and serving members leaving in droves, in many cases paying to do so. With a membership of below…

EU Irexit Nationalism

Interposition and Nullification: Part Three – The Path to Freedom

The Path to Freedom Literalism is the enemy of the imagination, that much is indisputable but it can also be the obscurer of fact and that is something less widely…

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Interposition and Nullification: Part Two – Descent into Chaos

Descent into Chaos The constant narrative that membership of the EU has been to the unalloyed good of Ireland, as an economy and as a nation is unquestionably false. The…

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Interposition and Nullification: Part One – A primer on the economics of Irexit

A primer on the economics of Irexit Irexit as it has entered the public discourse is a captivatingly simple solution to an extraordinarily complicated problem. Through the mechanism of triggering…


Sinn Féin Are Not Nationalists

This article was originally published in the Burkean Journal. It is published here with their permission and the permission of its author Michael O’Dwyer Connolly. Sinn Féin is a party…


A Race for Our National Survival

The Irish will be a minority in Ireland by 2050. This statistical prediction will no doubt feature prominently in future National Party campaigns. It’ll be repeated by canvassers at doorsteps….

Law and Order

On the Pope’s Condemnation of the Death Penalty

The National Party is not a religious party, much less a theocratic one, and as such we neither pretend nor attempt to explain ourselves in religious terms. Ireland being Ireland,…

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The Path to a Moral Ireland

The recent referendum has shown the pendulum of time to still be in effect. A traditional country 30 years past has been replaced by progressivism under a veneer of conservatism….

Bunreacht na hÉireann

A New Constitution for a Real Republic

Who’s up for another referendum? Never mind the topic, just the idea. About anything. Or are we all just weary of them on principle? You would have thought so but…