Mon, 22 Jun, 2020
A Rubicon has been crossed. There we were, an adult couple on a night out, with no child in sight, and, with me confirming across a bar whether it was a merlot or a cabsav, I very nearly called my wife Mammy. Luckily her name begins with Ma so I was able to divert at the last minute. Mammm… arie. It wasn’t graceful. Figuratively speaking, I avoided the goalpost and ended up tangled in the back of the net but still, with no broken kneecap.
Mon, 04 Nov, 2019
The solicitor representing Irish woman Lisa Smith who travelled to join Islamic State in Syria, is calling on the Irish government to bring her home and if necessary prosecute her under Irish law.
Thu, 08 Aug, 2019
A sister of murdered Irish father-of-two Jason Corbett has revealed the images of her brother’s death at the hands of his jailed American wife and father-in-law will never leave her as they are imprinted on her mind forever.
Tue, 16 Jul, 2019
I was astonished reading Terry Prone's contribution on the very flawed David Garrow essay on Martin Luther King in which very serious accusations are made. Insufficient health-warnings accompany the piece regarding the credibility of the information on which accusations are based.
Tue, 04 Jun, 2019
When a Pulitzer prizewinning biographer produces evidence that one of the most admired men in history colluded in and even applauded a rape, it’s to be expected that the story will land on the front page of a major mainstream newspaper and create an international firestorm.
Mon, 03 Jun, 2019