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The more you study the life of Irish rebel leader Patrick Pearse, the more elusive he becomes.
Crossdressing political players are nothing new in revolutionary Ireland.
United Irish Counties Association of NYC book examines support Irish county orgs gave to the revolutionary leaders.
Galway man who set himself alight in 1967 said "the Nazis treated him better than the Christian Brothers did."
"It's the public that has to really carry the can in Ireland...no ways to absorb the shocks, no firewalls."
Still too many “second-class Catholics” confined to the back of the bus.
Before pointing the finger at Ireland or its rebel leaders, let them look to themselves alone.
Don't let's be beastly to the British, after all we're their lost tribe.
'Patrick's Day' is a searingly powerful new film about a 26-year-old schizophrenic Irishman.
"I simply got what people knew how to give then, what so many young people were given at the time."