James is a Reporter for IrishCentral, based in New York.
He studied French and History at Trinity College, Dublin where he was News Editor at Ireland's oldest student newspaper. James first came to America on a summer J-1 visa, in 2015, and returned to Ireland in 2016 after brief period working for Thomson Reuters, in London. His interests include the Irish language, history, and the Kerry countryside.
“The worst problem he was dealing with in the former Yugoslavia was the NGOs that didn’t know what they were doing.”
Visiting the filming locations of The Quiet Man is the ultimate pilgrimage for fans of the Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne film.
One man was told to dig a hole and was sadistically informed by John Rooney, "You're going to work for me for the rest of your life... if you don't sign this contract that is where you're going."
Bannon’s great, great grandfather came to America at a time when there were hardly any restrictions on immigration but now his descendant describes it as a time when we had “control of borders”.
The former Secretary of State is also critical of Trump on a deeply personal level – “I sometimes wonder,” she writes, “If you add together his time spent on golf, Twitter, and cable news, what’s left?”
The spouses of the two who died are being treated for injuries at Cork University Hospital.
It’s not the first time the controversial journalist George Hook has got into trouble for remarks made about rape.
"It's awful, absolutely awful, we're just waiting and not knowing what could happen, that's the worst part.”
“Knowing that we knew the people who were there and knowing where the planes hit. Quite a few people that I had known personally, I knew that they were above that and that they worked on the higher floors."
It’s hoped the iconic Quiet Man train station’s renovation will rejuvenate tourists’ interest in the north Galway parish of Ballyglunin.