Ireland and California are both home to the largest Irish population in the world, and the Irish are the mainstay of California’s Irish community.
They are a large group of Irish-Americans who live in both the Bay Area and in the state of California.
The Irish-California connection has long been a source of tension between the two states.
There have been tensions between the Irish community in California and the community in Ireland, but it was a bit of a surprise when, in 2014, the Irish-Californians formed a union.
The two groups were at odds over issues such as Irish immigration policy, and there were even rumours that the union was about to break up.
It’s not just the Irish that have clashed over the years.
In 2010, the United States Senate voted to ban the use of Irish immigration documents in the United Kingdom, and in 2014 Ireland was the subject of a bitter row with Britain over the border closures it imposed on the Republic of Ireland.
In both cases, the government of Ireland reacted to the controversy by threatening to pull out of the European Union.
In 2014, however, Irish-American activist John Kelly, who was the first Irish-Canadian elected to parliament in the UK, won a seat in the European Parliament, and Irish-Australian journalist and former member of parliament Peter Dunne was elected as the Irish MP for Sydney South.
Now, in 2017, Kelly and Dunne are running for the Australian Senate.
The election was a success for Kelly, with Dunne winning in a landslide.
Dunne is the son of a Irish-born politician, and Kelly is a member of the Irish Nationalist Party (INP), a political party which has long opposed Irish immigration.
Irish-Australians are often criticised for their tendency to vote for parties which are not representative of their own communities.
In recent years, the issue of Irish community members’ access to the political process has been a subject of intense debate, with some calling for Irish-British relations to be re-opened and others saying that Irish-Australia should be recognised as an independent nation.
Irish people are also very important to the Irish diaspora in Australia, with about 25% of Irish Australians living in Australia.
The largest Irish community of people in Australia is in Melbourne, with around 1.2 million people, and it’s not uncommon for people to be members of Irish clubs, social clubs, and social clubs in Melbourne.
Many Irish people have become involved in Australian politics, such as Peter Dunnes.
Peter Dunn, a leading member of Ireland’s nationalist party the INP, was elected to the Australian parliament in 2012.
In 2016, he became the first member of Australia’s Parliament to be elected to an Australian Senate position, having defeated a Liberal Democrat.
He has also spoken out against the use in the Australian Parliament of the word “faggot”.
Dunne’s party is known for its hardline anti-Irish politics, and he has been criticised for his views on the use by politicians of Irish and Australian-born names.
He was also the first politician to receive a “sadist” award from the Irish Social Democratic Party in 2017.
In a speech in 2017 on the Australian National Party’s policy on the “Irish Question”, Dunne said that Irish people should be treated like the “others”, and that he supported the idea of the “punching of the weak”.