May has been a depressing month for freedom of religion and separation of church and state in America. With the Greece v. Galloway Supreme Court decision handed down this month, local and state governments are expanding their efforts to use officially established religious rituals as political tools for maintaining control and bullying dissent into silence. […]
Hey, McDonald’s: See all those people walking on past your fast food restaurant? I’m joining them today. I’ll walk past the golden arches without going inside.
Why? Low pay is not okay.
I would pay more for food at McDonald’s if it meant that workers there could receive fair pay. As it is, McDonald’s […]
A coalition of activist groups, including Fight For the Future, CODE PINK and the Bill of Rights Defense Committee have announced June 5 as Reset the Net day. This is a very practical action day with a teach-in/do-in aspect to it. As you can read here, the plan is that on June 5, individuals and […]
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech…”
— First Amendment to the United States Constitution
The North Carolina Legislature’s Legislative Service Commission, controlled by Republicans, has hastily passed a new rule that prohibits North Carolina citizens from opening their mouths […]
A consortium of groups has declared May 23 as a “Day of Action to Close Guantanamo and End Indefinite Detention.” In the United States alone, actions will be carried out in 22 cities. Follow the links below to find out more. Where there are no web pages, I’ll add as much information as I can […]
As you may have noticed, over on the right-hand side of this page Irregular Times maintains a list of upcoming political protest events. Although we occasionally despair at the uphill odds faced by popular protests to overcome the organized machinations of wealth and power, we believe strongly in the right and responsibility of dissent. When […]
Three and a half years after, what do you think?
Today, Peregrin Wood wrote about the odd anti-surveillance event for February 11, 2014 called The Day We Fight Back. Peregrin found it odd that people would call for a nationwide day bringing honor to someone who committed suicide a year before. To tell you the truth, I’ve been checking out The Day We Fight Back […]