Ben Domenech interviews Michael Brendan Dougherty on the Federalist Radio Hour about what it means to find identity in cultural heritage.
Michael Brendan Dougherty’s new memoir, ‘My Father Left Me Ireland: An American Son’s Search for Home,’ is a compelling reflection on fatherhood and finding yourself by reclaiming your national and cultural inheritance.
Savita Halappanavar’s name was invoked to repeal Ireland’s life protections, and Emma Watson just did it again. But using her story this way is simply a misrepresentation of the facts.
Joining this episode of Federalist Radio is Kate Bryan, who was on the ground in Ireland working with the pro-life movement when the country voted to repeal their 8th amendment.
While many conservatives predicted Ireland’s abortion ban repeal would lead to the loss of other freedoms, it’s surprising how quickly it’s happening.
The grace of each woman’s decision throws into relief the lurid jubilation in Ireland over the results of the May 25 referendum.
This act will now trickle down to other kinds of demoralizing laws, and Ireland will soon discover, like the United States did long ago, it’s very hard to go back.
Ireland’s abortion legalization erodes the very foundations of human dignity upon which self-government depends.
The overwhelming repeal of Ireland’s constitutional prohibition on abortion is a reminder that without Christianity, liberalism descends into brutality.
Under abortion on demand, women are subjugated, abused, and treated as property. It’s hardly the paradigm of freedom and bliss abortion campaigners promise.
Ireland’s vote leaves many across the country and the world wondering what comes next, and what this means on a practical level for the Irish people.
Ireland currently recognizes that we have a moral obligation to care for all children. The pro-life country should keep it that way.
Ed Sheeran is mad that pro-lifers are playing his song ‘Small Bump’ to encourage voters to vote against a referendum to repeal Ireland’s abortion ban.
If the Eighth Amendment is repealed, Ireland will take a giant leap backwards, ironically in the name of progress.
Facebook and Google are both playing politics, but not the same politics, regarding online advertising related to Ireland’s upcoming referendum on abortion’s legality.
As Ireland nears a summer referendum on whether to change a constitutional provision ensuring unborn children’s right to life, public demonstrations have broken out.
The American obsession with all things Irish increasingly overlooks the one quality of the Irish people that has enabled that little island to have such an outsized influence on the greater world.
It is a serendipitous fact that O’Riordan is named Dolores, which means pain, because she put art into making suffering humane.
That’s right, ‘Candlegate’ is upon us. Run for your lives.
More than a century ago, George Bernard Shaw visited the island monastery that now forms the iconic backdrop for the forthcoming Star Wars film.
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