Posted By: October 29, 2021

  Ms. Alison McCullagh Chief Executive Fermanagh & Omagh District Council Dear Chief Executive McCullagh, Thank you for your letter of October 28, 2021—”Re. Motion-New Inquest into killing of Michael Leonard.” The Irish National Caucus applauds this Motion and fully supports it. We are confident that Irish-Americans will also fully support it. Furthermore, we are […]

How long can Fianna Fáil conspire with Fine Gael to keep Sinn Féin out of government

Posted By: October 28, 2021 Brian Feeney. Irish News. Belfast. Wednesday, October 27, 2021 If a week is a long time in politics what’s eighteen months? A lifetime? What’re two years? An aeon? It certainly seems to be the case in the Republic. Two years ago,  in the council and European elections, held on the same day in May […]


Posted By: October 28, 2021

IRISH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING Distributed to Congress by the Irish National Caucus.   “Raymond McCord, Sr.— a Belfast Protestant/Unionist— is one of the heroes of The Troubles in the Six Counties of Northern Ireland. His 22-year old son, Raymond, Jr., was murdered near Belfast in 1997. But because some involved in the murder were police informers and British Agents, […]

UK minister claimed “no deal” Brexit would only hit some Irish ‘farmers with turnips- ex-diplomat

Posted By: October 27, 2021

“Here we go again … the hubris of Empire … the lies and cover-ups. The Six-Counties of Northern Ireland used as England’s pawn and whipping boy.”—Fr. Sean McManus.  Alexandra Hall Hall says UK ‘damagingly’ downplayed impact on Northern Ireland peace process. Carswell. Irish Times. Dublin. Wednesday, October 27, 2021A former top British diplomat in Washington has accused Boris Johnson’s government of damagingly downplaying […]

Without the Blueshirts, there would have been no Fine Gael

Posted By: October 27, 2021

Claiming continuity with Michael Collins helps Fine Gael forget its troubling origins Sat, Nov 7, 2020, 06:00 Stephen Collins Ciara Meehan. Irish Times. Dublin. Saturday, November 7, 2020. Eoin O’Duffy had an unremarkable childhood. Born Owen Duffy, he was the son of an impoverished farmer. His self-serving unpublished autobiography paints a picture of a […]

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