Irish Voice Letters to the Editorby Irish Voice Columnist (email@example.com)
HISTORICAL revisionism generally begins after the passage of many years from the events in question.
Letter writer John Gregg started his revising less than a month after the latest invasion of the Short Strand in East Belfast, as is evidenced by his letter “A Call for Violence” (July 13-19). No one, I repeat no one, has come up with a version of the events such as those of Mr. Gregg.
Everyone and, once again, I mean everyone with any interest in the situation -- and that includes community workers, politicians of all stripes, the police, the media and residents -- all agree on what happened at approximately 9 p.m. on the night in question.
IRELAND’S government bonds have been assigned junk status as a result of those moody debt experts, Moody’s.
This is a very unwelcome development for Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Enda Kenny and company, who have yet another impediment to get through with this announcement.
How will this affect the Irish economy?