From the Victorian slums of the Cowgate in Edinburgh to becoming one of the world's greatest Socialist heroes. He would become the head of movements for social justice, worker solidarity and economic equality in both colonised Ireland and that supposed 'land of the free', America. Not to mention that this man, James Connolly, is very … Continue reading James Connolly: Scotland’s Working Class Hero
A Wee Homage to a Longstanding Member of the Celtic Family and Glasgow Legend Never heard of Frankie Miller? Never heard of his music or watched his performances as a gallous as f**k Glesga hardman in Peter McDougall’s ‘Just A Boys Game’, a performance so true it would send Peter Mullen or David Hayman back … Continue reading Frankie Who? Frankie F****n Miller, That’s Who!!
Sadly, over the best part of the last ten years phrases such as ‘foodbank’ and ‘child poverty’ have become normalised in Scotland. One could comfortably argue that so normalised such terms have become that the average citizen doesn’t feel the need to look twice at a collection bucket with the words ‘Foodbank’ emblazoned somewhere on … Continue reading Poverty, Generation Foodbank and Celtic’s Green Brigade
Welcome to the site and thank you very much for taking the time to check it out. If you've made it this far then it is safe to assume that you and me have some fairly common interests - Victorian History, Scottish Culture, Criminology and Celtic FC - all of which will be discussed in … Continue reading Seanmcdon – A Brief Bio