Making our slow way out of Sinn Fein's moral fog
If I do not seem my usual sweet self this week (ignoring the danger of irony in Ireland) it's not because I am off sugar following a firm talk from Professor Noel Caplice of CUH.
Exterior events explain my edgy mood. Apart from the good news from Greece (yes, Greece), the past week showed our politically suicidal schizophrenia about Sinn Fein's peace process.
In particular, I'm talking about how politicians and press in the Republic pussyfooted around possible Provisional IRA involvement for more than a week after the murder of Kevin McGuigan.