David McWilliams: Separate bank from state debt or else face econocide
We are only fiscally delinquent when we attach our banks to the people, so we should cut them loose
The 13.00 train from Waterford to Dublin pulls out bang on time in glorious sunshine and sneaks its way up the River Suir before turning right and heading inland, towards Kilkenny. Yesterday, the Sunny South East certainly lived up to its reputation as the low winter threw long shadows on the fertile fields either side of the track.
It was that very combination of river, sun and productive fields, which made Waterford the first city in Ireland.