Michael McDowell silent as British duplicity exposed

Posted By: March 29, 2013

by Eoin Ó Murchú Village. Ireland’s Current Affairs Weekly Thursday, December 29, 2005 That Old Colonial Cringe As our political parties jostle each other to show who is the most anti-Sinn Féin of them all, in the real world the battle is being lost. The Good Friday Agreement is going under. Wasn’t it curious that […]

Daft Ban Slows Progress

Posted By: March 29, 2013

By Fr. Sean McManus, President of the Irish National Caucus Letters to the Editor Irish Voice November 28, 2005 Niall O’Dowd nailed the U.S. fundraising ban on Gerry Adams in the editorial “Perils of Megaphone Diplomacy” in last week’s issue. The ban was, indeed, a “daft move.” The Irish National Caucus, making its very first […]

A Deceitful Betrayal

Posted By: March 29, 2013

CAPITOL HILL. Monday, November 7, 2005 Caucus’s first criticism of Bush Making its first ever criticism of President Bush, the Capitol-based Irish National Caucus has branded the American -fundraising- ban on Gerry Adams a ” deceitful betrayal”. ” What message does this send to American foes and allies alike?”, asked Caucus president, Fr. Sean Mc […]

Anti-Catholic laws have got to go Letters

Posted By: March 29, 2013

By Fr. Sean McManus, President of the Irish National Caucus Irish News. Thursday, October 13, 2005 I APPRECIATE the letter of M O’B, Belfast 9 (October 11) which stated “I can assure Father Sean McManus the only date loyalists care about or know is 1690. They have never heard of any law or act passed […]

Reiss Can Still Do The Job, And Well

Posted By: March 29, 2013

By Ray O’Hanlon Irish Echo. October 12 – 16, 2005 In early August, with the North summer marching headlong into yet more bitter street confrontations, Irish American leaders gathered in New York with Hillary Rodham Clinton to discuss U.S. policy towards Northern Ireland and how Irish America could inject some new life into the peace […]

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