People and Politicsby Patrick Roberts
- Good Morning America says Sasha and Malia Obama bored stiff while in Ireland - Schedule heavy on history lectures and searching for ancient roots blamed - VIDEO
- Anti-Catholic rant against Notre Dame is nothing new for the Fighting Irish to face - Ohio State president slammed for “those damn Catholics” comments is latest in long line
- Donald Trump, the gift that keeps on giving to Democrats - Latest delusion about running for president continues the madness
- No U.S Ambassador to Ireland in place until September at least say insiders - No envoy in Dublin for Barack and Michelle Obama trip to Ireland in June
- Sen. Marco Rubio support now makes certain immigration bill will pass Senate - Bipartisan immigration reform now has an excellent chance of becoming law - VIDEO
However, the Sunday New York Times magazine says that Beck is secretly a Winfrey wannabe and that there is "something feminine about Beck — the soft features, the crying on the air, the reflexive vulnerability."
Glenny Beck effeminate, gay even, is that what The Times are hinting at?
It turns out that former senator John Edwards desperately called Bill Clinton in 2008 when the Rielle Hunter scandal broke and wanted some supportive words from Clinton that would help with the media firestorm.
Despite the fact that his wife has terminal cancer, Edwards had embarked on a major affair with Hunter, a videographer, who was then working on his campaign.
It is one thing to be against masturbation, it is quite another to admit that you took part in pagan rituals and attended a picnic on a Satanic altar.
Irish American O'Donnell has now admitted in an old clip from comedian Bill Maher's program -- of all places-- that she took part in witchcraft rituals.
The political stage has been completely dominated this election season by Glenn Beck and other right wing commentators and the various Tea party rallies.
Christine O'Donnell is crazy like a fox after her win in the Delaware Republican primary.
While the media and many in her own party are dismissing her, there is no question she has caught a wave that may be about to transform American politics.
Delaware is the equivalent of the shot heard around the world.
It shows that Sarah Palin will gallop to the Republican nomination in two years if the current seething anger in the party of Lincoln continues.
Who will stop Palin now with the Republican right in such a fired up, throw the bums out mood?
Some months back I wrote that Sarah Palin was likely to be the Republican candidate for president in 2012 and a number of disparaging comments were posted.
They say it is clear that this is her opening salvo in the race for the 2012 nomination.
Last week's statement by Congressman Luis Gutierrez that he is forming an exploratory committe is a warning shot for Emanuel.
In his new book 'Pinheads and Patriots' Bill O'Reilly says Rush Limbaugh set him up as "a target of derision" when he imitated him on one of his radio shows and mocked him for being a closet Obama supporter.
O'Reilly says Limbaugh, pretending to be O'Reilly said it was time to "give socialism, even communism a fair shake."
O'Reilly also says Limbaugh mocked him as arrogant saying "Nobody can be more arrogant" than O'Reilly.
Richard Daley's decision to step down as Mayor of Chicago probably brings to an end the era of the Irish big city mayors.
Mayor Daley and his father Richard both ran Chicago with an iron fist and were incredibly successful in terms of winning re-election and the hearts and minds of voters.
This is very typical of our media today, a tendency to admire a problem rather than see a way to solving it.
Help! Lindsay Lohan is making a comeback.
How can you do that when you never had a career to begin with?.
Almost 60 per cent of people said they had negative feelings towards Muslims because of 9/11.
The poll reveals that coming up to the tenth anniversary of 9/11, new Yorkers still harbor deep emotions about that day and what it meant to them and the city.
In his new book called "The Grand Design" Hawking refutes his earlier theory that an omnipotent God was possible
The "Big Bang" was merely the outworking of the laws of physics, the British theoretical physicist now argues.
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