The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the cancellation of the Irish American Presidential Forum which was scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 26 at Fordham University School of Law.
I ask is that you think about where you and your family have ended up as you swap your red MAGA hat for a red MAGA surgical mask.
The Coronavirus cannot be vilified, as President Trump fails to lead and scripts his own demise, America braces itself for infection.
After being told there was nothing to worry about for so long, America has finally woken up to the Coronavirus. In a country polarized politically, the virus had an initial impact of dividing people along party political lines.
It looks increasingly likely that Joe Biden will secure the Democratic nomination this summer and it is a mistake Democrats can ill afford to make.
There is nothing that influences public opinion like a coherent campaign communicated in a succinct and easy-to-understand manner.
"End of the white ethnic pol"? Republicans and Democrats have turned white folks into a bland blob. So what's next?
Vice President was behind the worst public health crisis in Indiana's history.
Since JFK's trip to County Wexford in 1963, almost every US President has traveled to Ireland, many visiting their ancestral homes.
President Harry S. Truman's "winter White House" was nothing like President Donald J. Trump's - more's the pity.
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