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Ireland Signs Gay Marriage Into Law

Gay marriage was finally signed into Irish law on Thursday following several months of delays.

Ireland’s Presidential Commission — comprising the Chief Justice, the chair of the House of Representatives and the chair of the Senate — endorsed the legislation in place of… 170 more words

The American military in a chickenhawk nation

The Atlantic magazine has unveiled a new cover story bluntly titled “The Tragedy of the American Military.” Written by James Fallows, it explores the problems and culture of the U.S.

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Toxic Waste Comes with US-Military Presence

The Kilusan para sa Pambansang Demokrasya believes that while it is Glenn Defense Marine Asia that is legally answerable for the dumping of toxic wastes in… 496 more words


Nagging and Lagging Problems with Off Shore Drilling Safety

This seems to be a week with all kinds of deficiencies in emergency management getting media coverage. Too bad none of the news is good. 315 more words

Spill Cleanup Science And Technology

Water under the Bridge: President Mary McAleese

When President Mary McAleese took office on the 11th November 1997, she became the Eight-President of the Ireland. I was still in the first couple of weeks of  first year in secondary school in St. 590 more words