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- EU Restricts Pesticides That May Harm Bees.
- India is the most Technologically Advanced Country in the World
- Embattled Cardinal O'Brien apologizes for 'my sexual conduct'
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Reblogged from WebInvestigatorKK: From indebted Greece to rioting Turkey, European governments’ eager response to protests is tear gas. Critics say this answer is the complete opposite of dialogue and freedom and clear evidence that something is sour in European democracies. … Continue reading
Reblogged from TechCrunch: Thumbtack, a marketplace for local service providers, has raised a $12.5 million Series B led by Sequoia Capital. When co-founder and CEO Marco Zappacosta told me about the funding, he said he’s excited because Sequoia is “focused … Continue reading
Reblogged from Natural History Wanderings: The European Union will restrict the use of neonicotonoid pesticides to only crops that do not attract bees and other pollinators. There has been great concern about the collapse of bee populations. Red more at: … Continue reading
Reblogged from AC's Sharing Spree: This is my satirical joke of the day. Hope you enjoy it: The Indian, American and British leaders all met up. They had come together so that they could dispute which of their countries was … Continue reading
Reblogged from This Just In: Cardinal Keith O’Brien of Scotland, who has been dogged by allegations he abused four men studying to be priests in the 1980s, said in a statement Sunday that “there have been times that my sexual … Continue reading
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Reblogged from Minnesota Farmer: Our nation, which has long held freedom of the press to be among our most cherished liberties, the U.S. currently ranks 47th in the world for true freedom of the press. Almost every one of our … Continue reading
A Press Release regarding the Ruling by Ms Justice Dunne.
Irish citizens cast their votes at a general election and TDs are elected to Dail Eireann to represent the interests of their electorate? A Government is formed and legislation is enacted by majority vote. Where is the evidence that democratic … Continue reading
Reblogged from This Just In: The editor of an Italian magazine that published vacation photos of William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, defended the publication against widespread criticism. “Chi” editor-in-chief Alfonso Signorini said the photos were not … Continue reading
All I Want For Christmas Is The Truth.
Reblogged from earth blog 21: While I’ve been blogging about environmentalism and sustainability for several months, as an arts student I’ve found the science behind climate change pretty impenetrable. For its myriad wonders, the chaotic information network that is the … Continue reading
Reblogged from Journalism, Journalists and the World: In a bold move, journalists from the Southern Weekly in Guangzhou called for the resignation of local censors after they changed a new year editorial that called for guaranteed constitutional rights was changed … Continue reading
Why and How would any reasonable intellect crow about exclusion, bias or censorship on “their” blog and claim that a blog is private property…on the Internet…private? Censorship may not be on any political, moral or philosophical basis rather on whims … Continue reading
Abortion controversy and the Referendum on The Rights of The Child: Democratic Practices in Ireland 2012
English: A sign promoting the saving of unborn children. The location is the Marlborough region on State Highway 1 in the South Island of New Zealand. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The abortion controversy is being revisited in Ireland. Pro-life and pro-abortionists are … Continue reading
Protesters with banners and leaflets closing down a Shell petrol station in solidarity with the Rossport community in Ireland, after the Irish government gave Shell permission to build a pipeline through their area. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) There is no Fourth Estate … Continue reading
By Donal BuckleyFree Lance Journalist/ WriterDefining an alternative reality in this crazy world of political semantics, fraud and deception is the Irish Governments game. Aware of thousands of excess deaths from hypothermia due to fuel allowance cuts, the Taoiseach thanked me … Continue reading
A referendum on proposals to change the Constitution will be held on Oct 27 2011. Taoiseach Mr Kenny has initiated this Referendum. The previous Taoiseach Mr Cowen and Finance minister Mr Lenihan made a decision to guarantee the Banks. Should the power to make such … Continue reading
The Irish censorship boards have driven some great writers from our shores over the last century.History repeats itself in 2011 as RTE ,a state broadcaster, dabbles in the black art of news and current affairs manipulation. Censorship has come back … Continue reading
At election time we say they are all the same and yet we vote the same system back into power. Holiday travel has a similar effect on rational thought.We seem to blank out the drudgery of long haul air travel … Continue reading