Manhattan Diaryby Cahir O'Doherty
- Daily Mail unloads on 'drunken young' Paddys with booze-baiting rant - British tabloid continues its anti Irish attitude
- Marco Rubio: 'If immigration bill gives Cubans immigration rights, it kills the bill. I'm done' - VIDEO
- Diaspora should work both ways - time for global Irish to vote
- Ireland needs a new James Joyce - new voice of the Irish people is on the way
- Fox News Lou Dobbs panel: selfish working mothers are destroying the natural order and America
According to court documents, which were posted to the internet yesterday, NOM worked strategically to drive a wedge between the black and gay community in regard to same sex marriage.
"The strategic goal of this project is to drive a wedge between gays and blacks," the released document revealed, shockingly.
Adolescences erupts like a fire inside you, or at least it did for me.
A flame lit in my head that made the weary adult world look like a pristine Eden waiting to be explored.
Ladies, it looks like the hot fashion trend this year - thanks to the GOP - may soon be a burqa.
After all, Mitt Romney has just announced that as president he would cut federal funding to Planned Parenthood. Don't look startled, at this stage he's probably cut America's military spending if he thought it would help him clinch the GOP presidential nomination.
The whole country, Democrats and Republicans alike, have something in common this month -- total ambivalence about the current crop of GOP candidates.
For liberals they’re a lineup of yesterday’s men -- from the guy who lost to the last guy who lost, to the guy who was run out on a rail.
The pair were participants in a wildlife hunting trip to the Matetsi area of Zimbabwe, which is located near Victoria Falls.
Commentators have speculated for years about the motivations that compel computer hackers - from glory among their peers, to the challenge factor, or the problem solving, or the laughs, or even out of malice - but the biggest factor behind successful hacking attempts is this: hackers attack complex network systems because they can.
But hackers themselves make fine and important distinctions between real hackers (themselves) and what they call the teenage cracker patrol: the latter are in the main the adolescent males who break into phone systems and public services to create chaos just for the hell of it. Crackers don't get much respect from more experienced hackers.