Here’s another piece of TV gold from the two Glaswegian rascals of age, as they moan and complain about the system and environment in which they move, slowly. If you enjoyed this, please share
This song of parting is a firm favourite of Rebel Voice. Ronnie’s gravelly rendition adds something special to what is a beautiful song and melody. The imagery is a tribute to the sadly deceased Ronnie Drew, a man sorely missed by those who love folk music. – If you enjoyed this, please share it –
Last night in Connecticut, Sarah Walsh of AIPAC told a Conservative synagogue audience that the lobby group is striving to ensure that support for Israel remains bipartisan, but there are more signs that progressive Democrats feel they are able to criticize Israeli policies. First, Rebecca Vilkomerson of Jewish Voice for Peace says there’s been a […]
Trump’s decision to pull out of the UN Human Rights Council is a shocking one. It is yet one more example of how the Axis of Evil, incorporating both the US Federal regime and the rogue state of Israel, is becoming further isolated from the international standards that apply to other such political entities. But […]
The Irish fled Ireland for many reasons. Some were dispossessed by rampant colonialism. Some ran from religious persecution. Others saw no chance of a prosperous future at home and so looked at far away fields as being greener. Paisanos is an entertaining journey into the lives of some of those adventurers.
Here is a gentle ballad from one of the most energetic of all musical acts. It’s a poignant song of homecoming probably understood by all who have left their places of birth only to return many years later to recall their childhood. Not all memories are good ones. Perhaps they could be chopped down as […]
This classic sit-com set in Glasgow follows the life of two roguish men of advanced age who can never seem to keep out of trouble. There is never a dull moment for both Jack and Victor who seem amused and angry with the life they have been given. It’s nice to have a laugh with […]