Jason Walsh

Jason Walsh is a reporter based in Dublin and Belfast. He is Ireland correspondent of the Christian Science Monitor and has contributed to The Irish Times, The Irish Examiner, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Sunday Business Post, USA Today and other newspapers. He has appeared on Russia Today, and Newstalk and Spin radio in Ireland and speaks regularly on journalism and current affairs.

Jason Walsh writes here in a personal capacity.

Jason Walsh’s Dispatches

  1. The Ear of the Storm

    A report by Jason Walsh, 4:32 a.m. June, 13 2013

    Heard the one about the NSA contractor who blew the whistle on US spying operations? Of course you have.

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  2. Zero Marx

    A report by Jason Walsh, 4:30 a.m. June, 6 2013

    A full five years after the global economic crisis hit full-force, the left has still failed to articulate a serious economic idea.

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  3. Tax-Free Radicals

    A report by Jason Walsh, 10:05 a.m. May, 30 2013

    Irish stereotypes are out in full force: sausage-fingered Paddy McWhackery the canny, garrulous grifter siphons off a few euros from the tax affairs of economically productive countries. Faith and begorrah!

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  4. Distributing Paranoia

    A report by Jason Walsh, 7:34 a.m. May, 22 2013

    Like so much from tech subculture, we're told printed guns Change Everything. They don't.

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  5. All The Cool Kids Are Doing It -- Making Money

    A report by Jason Walsh, 6:21 a.m. May, 15 2013

    There's something that Bitcoin shares with gold: bad politics.

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  6. Ireland Legalizes Abortion, Makes it Impossible

    A report by Jason Walsh, 5:32 a.m. May, 8 2013

    Thank the Good Lord for low-cost airlines.

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  7. Maggie Was Not The Problem

    A report by Jason Walsh, 8:47 a.m. April, 9 2013

    An ugly truth: the left thought more of Thatcher than the right ever did.

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