Cormac MacConnell is a veteran writer and journalist. His much loved column, about his life in County Clare and observations about Irish life, has appeared in the Irish Voice for close to 30 years.
“Gay” back then meant something different entirely to nowadays. "New Ireland" has changed dramatically and it's changed for the better too
Election fever is an epidemic! In Ireland, the United Kingdom, with Brexit and in Leinster House and "not a vaccine in sight to offer solace to the millions of victims involved"
Donald Trump will surely sort out "all our social and political and economic worries will for sure be sorted out in a matter of hours."
Cead Mile Failte to you all at the close of an amazingly surreal Easter season which commands me to totally avoid any mention of explosive happenings all over our globe...
"On the Good Friday when I observed the most passionately poignant kiss of my lifetime at the altar rails of our country chapel."