It shows that there is a much greater security issue at stake than just some disaffected individual being attackedBritish leaders discuss ex-spy's death Nov 25, 2006
Because the mom and dad held themselves out as parents, he has a relationship with the alleged father, treats him as a father, loves him as a father, and I think its unconstitutional to cut off that relationship after 11 yearsJudge denies same-sex parental rights Apr 08, 2003
While no one can say at this time the cause is inhalation of ... Acme Barrel fumes, it obviously should be considered as a possible source or contributor to the illnessCancer link sought Dec 24, 2001
The time to repeal 'don't ask, don't tell' has come'Don't ask' repeal introduced in House Dec 14, 2010
Patrick Murphy (1834–1862) was an Irish giant, born in County Down, who exhibited himself as a means of income. He originally worked on the docks in Liverpool, England and later became a waiter at a hotel. Because he was a man of extraordinary height, Murphy attracted crowds everywhere he went. He eventually decided that he could make an honest living being tall.
In May 1857 the Emperor and Empress of Austria invited the towering native of Ireland to visit their kingdom. While he was on tour throughout Europe, he died of smallpox in Marseilles at the age of twenty-eight. He had always billed himself as being 8'10" and in some circles as much as 9'3", though his true height was 7'3".