Blog

Dublin Cover-Up Was Government Policy “Nothing Must Be Done To Offend British, Help IRA”

Posted By: March 29, 2013

Capitol Hill. December 12, 2003 “The Barron Report into the 1974 Dublin Bombing has revealed nothing new, except to remind us that the Dublin Government had only one policy: ‘Nothing must be done to offend the British Government or say anything that indirectly might help the IRA’”. That is how Irish-Americans will react to the […]

Irish Americans angry at GOP over deportations

Posted By: March 29, 2013

By Ray O’Hanlon Irish Echo. December 3 – 9, 2003 rohanlon@irishecho.com The Bush administration was the target of mounting criticism from Irish Americans this week in the wake of an immigration court decision to deport Belfast man Malachy McAllister, his wife and four children. A statement issued by a dozen Irish American organizations, including the […]

Sinn Fein Advances Enhances Process Neither Trimble’s Stonewalling nor Paisley’s Rejectionism Can Change Reality

Posted By: March 29, 2013

Capitol Hill. November 28, 2003 Irish-Americans see the dramatic increase in the Sinn Fein vote in the Northern Ireland election as a victory for the Irish peace-process.” This huge mandate for Sinn Fein guarantees that there will be no going back. It cements the peace-process in a very powerful way. Now all the Unionists — […]

Irish Americans Angry Over North Irish Voice.

Posted By: March 29, 2013

Wednesday, October 22,2003 By Georgina Brennan and Tom Deignan IRISH American activists and observers initially applauded Tuesday’s historic news out of Northern Ireland. However, the mood darkened when it became clear that David Trimble had dashed the hopes of an historic deal at the last moment. Bill Flynn, the chairman of Mutual of America and […]

Irish National Caucus Press Release

Posted By: March 29, 2013

Tuesday, October 21, 2003 Irish-Americans reacted with delight at the news that elections are being called for Northern Ireland. ” We congratulate Prime Minister Blair for correcting his mistake of May in canceling the elections, and we congratulate Gerry Adams and David Trimble for negotiating the way forward”, said Father Sean McManus, President of the […]

Page 773 of 841« First...102030...771772773774775...780790800...Last »