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After Obama.

Started Nov 10, 2016 0 Replies

Now the results are in, the international community, the ordinary people, are going to take a more critical look at the US as the best example of democracy in the free world. What Americans do in…Continue

 

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michael dunne commented on Joe Gannon's blog post The Lispole Ambush -- Averting Disaster on the Dingle Peninsula
"And when it was over,  so many brave men wound up on a losing side which forced many of them to emigrate to the US and elsewhere. One such Jeremiah Murphy wrote an impartial account of the War of Independence and a littlew on the bitter Civil…"
1 hour ago
michael dunne commented on John Anthony Brennan's blog post The Great Assembly at Tara (Part 4 of 4)
"And following on from this great assembly at Tara, Jeremy Corbin promises to make St Patrick's Day a Bank Holiday in the UK. That should swing it as Pat will be on his side and rid that country of the grass snakes still habituating there."
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michael dunne commented on Colm Herron's blog post 3rd of July 1970: Day of Treachery
"Neil F Cosgrove. "To worship according to his faith, the Catholic must attend illegal meetings; to protect his priest, he must be secret, cunning, and a concealer of the truth.These were dangerous lessons for any government to compel its…"
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michael dunne commented on John Anthony Brennan's blog post The Great Assembly at Tara (Part 4 of 4)
"Thank you John Anthony for these fascinating pieces of information. It would take quite an effort to forensically link  these pieces of information, and establish a clear bond between the return of St Patrick and the religious influences …"
Tuesday
michael dunne commented on John Anthony Brennan's blog post The Great Assembly at Tara (Part 4 of 4)
"Thank you for this detailed account of Eastern and Western European Church history. I forgot to mention the Fadden Mór psalter of late Eighth or ninth Century Europe found in a bog in Tipperary in 2006. For the purpose of this discussion it…"
Apr 17
michael dunne commented on John Anthony Brennan's blog post The Great Assembly at Tara (Part 4 of 4)
"Thank you for this detailed account of Eastern and Western European Church history. I forgot to mention the Fadden Mór psalter of late Eighth or ninth Century Europe found in a bog in Tipperary in 2006. For the purpose of this discussion it…"
Apr 17
michael dunne commented on John Anthony Brennan's blog post The Great Assembly at Tara (Part 4 of 4)
"Thank you John Anthony for this enlightening reply, and a happy Easter to you. I was unaware of what you refer to as a 'caduceus' and will have to inquire further if it is one or two intertwined serpents depicted on the Murcadh's…"
Apr 15
michael dunne commented on margaret campbell's blog post Canals Dug By the Irish in the United States
"At the end of each comments section there is a symbol to click 'Follow' Could someone please clarify which option should be displayed if one elects to follow? (I notice if I click on the 'Follow' email it changes to unfollow so I…"
Apr 14
michael dunne liked John Anthony Brennan's blog post The Great Assembly at Tara (Part 4 of 4)
Apr 14
michael dunne liked Valerie Lapin Ganley's blog post Representations of Jews in Irish Literature Exhibition
Dec 30, 2016
michael dunne posted a status
"Happy New Year to all my fellow Wild Geese and Ganders. 2016 was a brilliant centenary year in Dublin agus go nÉirghidh an tÁdh libh i 2017"
Dec 30, 2016
michael dunne liked John Anthony Brennan's blog post The Slaughter at Magh Cru, Connaught
Dec 18, 2016
michael dunne commented on Kevin Martin's blog post 10 Things You Might Not Know About Irish Pubs
"Thank you Kevin for this article on Dublin pubs which holds an interest for most Irishmen. The Palace Bar, in Fleet Street, is a popular meeting place and while not palatial, does have its Victorian attraction. Many of the street names and buildings…"
Nov 25, 2016
michael dunne liked Kevin Martin's blog post 10 Things You Might Not Know About Irish Pubs
Nov 25, 2016
michael dunne commented on Kevin Martin's blog post 'Have Ye No Homes To Go To? The History of the Irish Pub'
"Thank you Kevin for this enlightening article on exploitation and drunkenness. In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries many Irish of necessity emigrated to the UK. The pattern of US being first choice was disrupted by the two great wars. Records…"
Nov 10, 2016
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After Obama.

Now the results are in, the international community, the ordinary people, are going to take a more critical look at the US as the best example of democracy in the free world. What Americans do in this time of difficulty remains to be seen but I really hope that God blesses America. A great novel 'The Stars Look Down' by AJ Cronin is worth reading and comparing one of his characters..."Joe Gowlan" with President Elect Donald Trump. The US has had so many inspiring Presidents and it is scary to…See More
Nov 10, 2016

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