President Biden returned from his trip to Ireland at nearly 2:45 AM, took questions from the press, and turned up the heat on House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
Trump Cancels Visit To Ireland After The Irish Make It Clear That He’s Not Welcome
Trump is postponing his trip to Ireland as massive protests were being planned and Irish officials say they weren't looking forward to his visit.
Irish Minister To Start Implementing New Laws Allowing Abortions
In a stunning defeat for the Irish Catholic Church, voters in Ireland over the weekend passed a referendum making abortion legal. The historic vote was a landslide victory for champions of women’s rights and those who believe women should have the power to control decisions affecting their own bodies.
Cultural Genocide as Right-Wing Answer to Ireland’s Gay Impertinence
St. Patrick drove the Pagan snakes out of Ireland 16 centuries ago. Today, Gordon Klingenschmitt wants to drive the gay snakes out of Ireland
Vatican Says Irish Marriage Equality Vote Was The Defeat Of Humanity
Although a weapon like same-sex marriage able to jeopardize the existence of the world's largest religion sounds terrifying, the Vatican went a step farther and claimed the recent democratic vote in Ireland legalizing same-sex marriage is not only a clear and present danger to Christianity, it was a "defeat for humanity."
The Founders Did Not Establish Congress as a Church Council
Only Anglo-Saxons are real Americans but then only if they are carrying around a Semitic book with a later Greek revision added to it?
The Republican hyperbole about the ‘fiscal cliff’ is deafening and misleading
The ongoing debate about the fiscal cliff continues as the U.S. approaches the current debt ceiling. Republicans are responsible for problem
3 Disturbing Finds From Digging Deeply Into Mitt Romney’s Tax Return
Odd foreign investments, sleazy family businesses, and questionable blind trust funding sources are just three of the disturbing elements found in Mitt Romney's 2010 tax return.
Goldilocks Gingrich vs Richie Rich Romney: Is This the Best You Got, GOP?
This feature assesses the ethics of the two Florida primary frontrunners, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. Both leave much to be desired.
The End of Civil War Politics in Ireland?
They call it Civil War Politics, and the death of it may be one of the only positive things to come out of the recession in Ireland. The term does not exactly conjure appealing images in the mind’s eye.
150,000 March in Dublin to Protest IMF/ECB Bailout and Austerity Budget
This week saw what has been described as the largest demonstration in the history of the Irish state, as an estimated 150,000 people marched through Dublin city centre to protest the Irish government’s draconian new austerity budget and the arrival of the IMF. They came from all over the country and from all walks of life, united in the belief that there is a better way to deal with Ireland’s economic woes. The march had been arranged by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions.
Irish Government to collapse as IMF/ECB moves in
So it has finally happened. It has been called the blackest day in Irish history and the fall of the Irish Republic: after a tumultuous series of denials, spin and secret discussions, the IMF and the European Union has intervened to try to stop the death spiral of the Irish economy.
Irish Government Turns a Blind Eye To Bankers’ Crimes
Even if Fianna Fail were able to muster the political will, it would be a monumental task for the State to prosecute bankers of the failed Irish zombie banks, notably Anglo-Irish, because proof thresholds required in white collar crime cases are extremely high in Ireland. In fact, the Irish Independent reports in the same article that Ireland has never seen a successful prosecution for insider trading. Ever.