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My Sunday Thought: The Irish Vote.

I wrote about the vote in Ireland and same sex marriage for my Sunday Thought today and how I don’t agree with it. I let a friend read it and the question was put to me, “Will they read all of it to see what your point is?” 694 more words

Thoughts

Peeta Mellark launches presidential campaign

To much fervor, Senator Peeta Mellark announced on Thursday that he will run for the Liberty Party nomination for president.

Senator Mellark is the husband of former President and Secretary-General Katniss Everdeen. 131 more words

Politics

62/38. Yes!

A lot in the international press about the Irish referendum of late. The 62/38 Yes vote was announced only minutes ago.  601 more words

Irish Man In The Middle East

Still Falling for the Republican Games? They Aren’t Conservative!

It’s 5:01 A.M. – and all is not right with the world! Satan is marching foot loose and fancy free and you can’t sleep.

You toss, turn and finally decide to get up because your brain will not stop! 2,768 more words

America

Ireland voters enshrine gay marriage in their Constitution

Ireland has voted resoundingly to legalize gay marriage in the world’s first national vote on the issue, leaders on both sides of the Irish referendum declared Saturday even as official ballot counting continued. 265 more words

National News

Obama Desires No More Freedom Of Speech/Press

Opinions recently expressed by the President of the USA brought to mind some historical events that occurred in the early years of our country.

The second President, John Adams, and his supporters in Congress were concerned about the specter of impending conflicts with France and or England. 549 more words

Opinion