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Lord Christopher Monckton: Why Brexit Will Benefit Britain

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Unsafe Space 07 – In 12 years there are going to be a lot of childless women angry the planet isn’t gone!

Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-bcfez-c35db3 Sarah and Keith talk Extinction Rebellion, the environment, how finding a cause doesn't mean you're not still a loser, telling people not to have children because the planet is going to die, and ask exactly how much glue it takes to get hemp clothing to stick to stone.

You’ve got Kids 08 – The Importance of Grandparents and The Memories They Have and Make With Kids

Aoife and Eina talk about grandparents, those who love having their grandchildren about and those who don't, and the importance of letting your children make memories with them before they pass on.

Top 5 Crazy Moments From Crusty Extinction Rebellion “Activists”

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Tiny Extinction Protest in Penney’s Are Against Carbon Tax for Individuals…

Penney's Protest and Extinction Rebel who says Carbon Tax should focus on industries, not individuals. Donate today to Gript! https://gript.ie/donate-to-gript/ See more at https://gript.ie Follow our socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GriptMedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/griptmedia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/griptmedia/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/griptmedia Our Podcasts: https://gript.ie/podcasts/ #gript

TRSI 21 – Price comparison: If you’re a smoker this podcast could save you €3,411 a year!

Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-b7jjf-c2a665 Gary and Michael discuss the recent increase in the cost of cigarettes in Ireland, how smokers who are willing to travel can, perfectly legally, save thousands of euro a year, and the issue of evidence based tobacco policies that don't have any evidence behind them. 7:15 Price comparison within EU.

Extinction Fail – New Camera Angle Exposes Tiny Crowd At Main non Event in Dublin

Camera angles can be deceiving...why are such small protests being given wall-to-wall coverage? The man who sent us his videos of the stage said: "They were taken between 2.20 and 2.25 during the main event. You can hear the speakers. One of them is a 10 year old girl. I can honestly say that there were not more than 150 people there, as you can see from the videos."

Pro-abortion protests fail to shut down Unplanned movie in Ireland. A Victory for Free Speech!

Shutting down movies? Isn't that anti-choice? The hit movie, "Unplanned", is making waves in Ireland after protestors failed to have the film cancelled in cinemas around the country. Donate today to Gript! https://gript.ie/donate-to-gript/ See more at https://gript.ie Follow our socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GriptMedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/griptmedia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/griptmedia/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/griptmedia Our Podcasts: https://gript.ie/podcasts/ #gript

HomeGrown Home with Michelle: How to Create a beautiful sunflower circle in your garden!

Create a beautiful sunflower circle in your garden! Michelle planted these in flowers around April last year and is now enjoying the fruits of her labour, bringing colour to her garden just when its needed! Follow her lead in your own garden next year WATCH: It will have you hankering after sunny summer days again Donate today to Gript! https://gript.ie/donate-to-gript/ See more at https://gript.ie Follow our socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GriptMedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/griptmedia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/griptmedia/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/griptmedia Our Podcasts: https://gript.ie/podcasts/ #gript

TRSI 19 – This is exactly how we ended up sending that condolence letter when Hitler died

Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-r7vd5-c23672 Gary and Michael discuss the news a foreigner has said something nice about Ireland; RTE are selling a €1 million worth of art; protests against a new film by the far-left; and meat is back on the menu after a new meta-analysis savaged older research which suggested red meat was damaging to health.   Bonnie Greer 1:25 RTÉ putting five paintings up for auction in a bid to boost funds 11:10 Protests against the screening of Unplanned 20:12 Meat 30:15

You’ve got Kids 07 – How do you actually afford to have children on one income?

Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-hkea3-c2279b Aoife and Eina talk about how they get by on a single income with kids, the sacrifices they had to make, the advantages to doing it this way, and what they're seeing from their friends who held off on having children until they could afford a certain lifestyle.

“I believe my brother John O’Brien and Pat Esmond were drowned by a hit and run out at sea…”

"I believe my bother, John O'Brien, and Pat Esmond were drowned by a hit and run that happened out at sea. If it had happened on the road, the place would have been sealed off and evidence gathered.... none of the Gardai had sea going experience... it was a mess from the start" Anne Marie O'Dwyer appealing for support for Tipperary TD, Mattie McGrath's bill. Mattie McGrath is bringing a marine bill that deaths at sea will be properly investigated. No appeal by the Gardai was made for witnesses or public assistance. Donate today to Gript! https://gript.ie/donate-to-gript/ See more at https://gript.ie Follow our socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GriptMedia Twitter: https://twitter.com/griptmedia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/griptmedia/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/griptmedia Our Podcasts: https://gript.ie/podcasts/ #gript

TRSI 16 – We could elect a British communist like Corbyn and pay less income tax than under Leo

Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-iekpz-c150ab Gary and Michael discuss Fine Gael's plan to make it more expensive to buy or build a house; call to ban vaping despite the fact it saves lives; Revenue's new war on companies; and how Jeremy Corbyn wants an income tax rate lower than the one Fine Gael currently forces us to pay.   Building Regulations - StartVaping Ban - 16:10Tax certainty - 25:25Jeremy Corbyn - 37:30

Sunday Reflections 01 – The Church as a Society

Source: https://www.podbean.com/eau/pb-g9i25-c14e6b Fr Maurice and Fr Marius, from St Mary's Church in Cork, bring us their Sunday Reflection. This week they talk about the Church as a community of believers and the need to support each other in life, faith, and in developing virtue.

Up to 3,000 people in second march at Oughterard as opposition to Direct Provision centre grows

Thousands of people have joined a second silent march in Oughterard, Co Galway, as local opposition to a direct provision centre being imposed on the small town grows. Organisers said that the turnout reached some 3000 people. They also said that the Department of Justice had ignored the concerns of the community who had not been consulted on the issue, and who only learned that the centre was being prepared when builders started work on the Conemara Gateway Hotel which had been closed for years.
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