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If Ireland's pro-life groups are so pro-life, why are they spending their money on public showboating rather than on charitable ventures? Here, don't panic; it's a rhetorical question.
It's 2013, and it's about time it was politically incorrect to talk down to 'people from the internet'.
Gone are the days when gaffes were swept under the carpet. With social media, we can now relive each excruciatingly awkward incident as many times as our sadistic hearts desire, and 2012 was full of them
So you decided to cryogenically freeze yourself ten years ago before being thawed out today, and you've only got 5 minutes to catch up on what you've missed? We've got you covered.
With the E.U. having been awarded the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize, Seán O'Toole speaks with laureate Betty Williams about The Troubles, activism, Barack Obama and harnessing anger for good.
The EU has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2012. Ahead of tomorrow's interview with laureate Betty Williams, Seán O'Toole looks at the prize in recent years, and the business of peace.
As Barack Obama is crowned president of the USA (there's a crown, right?), recent emigrant and brand new 'murrican Jenny Foxe wraps up her analysis of the greatest show on earth.
I’m a Presidential Candidate, Get Me Out of Here: Episode 4: Binders Full of Women And All That Malarkey
Emigration: Where you lose a friend but gain a US elections correspondent. This week, Jenny Foxe takes us though the VP and second Presidential debate, plus the lowdown on the word on the street.
Will argues that the the media coverage of the Children's Referendum is representative of that of many other political campaigns - poorly executed, and focusing on the wrong concerns.
US correspondent Jenny Foxe details the view from the ground following the first round debate between Romney and Obama.
The democrats had dancing. The republicans had beach balls. Jenny Foxe casts her shrewd, newcomer's eye over the party conventions for this year's US presidential election.