The Bungled Bank Robbery That Ended In a Landmark Legal Ruling In 1958, John Leo Brady got his lover pregnant and decided to stick up a bank to fund a new life. It ended with a murder, a Supreme Court… Read More ›
Month: April 2019
Review of x-men black.
Is there such thing as asking too many questions in college? Short answer yes! Nothing worse than the mature student who asks too many questions, am I right? Always asking questions that just don’t make any sense, “Okay Susan we… Read More ›
I review an x-men mini series titled X-men Black.
Originally published here: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/comicandtelevisionnews After only reading three issues of Ed Brubaker and artist Sean Phillips Kill or Be Killed I am not sure how I feel about this comic series. The opening scenes grab your attention as you see… Read More ›
Originally posted here: https://spunout.ie/opinion/article/companies-politicians-action-climate-change I had a lecturer who always said that there are two modes of power; the power to vote and the power consume. With the power of voting, there needs to be political will. For example where… Read More ›
Journalism: Sexually Transmitted Infections are on the rise in DIT, according to figures from DIT GP, Doctor Brendan Clune.
Originally published here: http://edition.ie/2017/11/13/stis-are-on-the-rise/ By Kasper Delaney Patterson & Rob Geoghegan Sexually Transmitted Infections are on the rise in DIT, according to figures from DIT GP, Doctor Brendan Clune. The greater danger around the spread of STIs stem from many… Read More ›