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Hillary Clinton’s opponents often ask what she ever did for Northern Ireland. Just consider the below points, which her campaign makes.
Capitulation to the far right has spelled its end.
"Trump voters, to be specific -- don’t seem to believe assimilation is even possible, the Irish-Jewish Levov marriage should remain some kind of hopeful American ideal."
"Loingsigh’s increasingly ambitions trilogy suggests that for one particular Irish American family the memory of how they lived and loved will never be forgotten."
“I want you to know I’m no Abe Lincoln, in fact I’m better than Abe Lincoln ever was!"
"By hanging a question mark over this foundational aspect of our democracy, Trump is undermining centuries of American tradition in order to protect his own vanity."
No matter how old you get, you will always remember that nothing beats the thrill of Halloween.
"The thought of this man in the White House is truly scary. Yet millions of Americans seem to be unable to wake up to the fact. What it says about our democracy is truly scary."
Son of an Irish blacksmith is America's chief defender
Shy Trumpites and lazy Democrats may well allow him to win.
A debate performance that smashes any hope of victory.
My €1 bet is a loser, just like Trump apparently.
"Now that people have had time to digest the detail, the reaction to last week's budget has been very disappointing for the government."
The following are the sound bytes that I would urge him to lead with and keep coming back to.
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Dr. Phillip Thomas Tucker's new book on how the Irish saved the Union at the Battle of Gettysburg.
They raided the house so often, he dug a tunnel under the bath, about the size of a coffin, and would climb in there while the Black and Tans and auxiliaries combed the place.
Working as a writer in New York City, immersed in the world of the arts, participating in contemporary cultural conversation -- the dream, right? And surely an endless source of inspiration. At least, you would think that.
If Donald Trump could see the world through Grace’s eyes.
New novel "The Lesser Bohemians" is an even stronger offering, a profound meditation on love and desire and its power to transform even the most damaged soul.
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