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Jeb Bush Promises To Repeat His Brother’s Foreign Policy Nightmare

Marco Caputo from the Miami Herald summarized Jeb Bush’s recent speech at a swank hotel in Coral Gables by writing, “As Jeb Bush weighs a presidential bid, the former Florida governor on Tuesday laid out his foreign policy precepts, which closely mirror those of his brother, former President George W. Bush.”

Those words ought to […]

Eat Kale. Vote Clinton. Get Your 2016 On.

The 2014 congressional elections are over, and yes, the Democrats lost. That’s no reason for Democrats to get down-hearted, though. It’s a reason for them to get motivated.

As of today, the 2016 presidential campaign season has begun. It’s time to get involved.

To that end, I offer our first freshly minted 2016 presidential campaign […]

Sanders Challenges Americans To Drop Their Political Apathy

“Given the enormous problems facing our country, the fact that we are moving toward an oligarchic society and the fact that we are not addressing the planetary crisis of climate change, it is unacceptable for anybody to throw their hands up in despair and turn away from the political process. Historically in this country, people […]

Bernie Sanders Prepared To Run For President

It’s time to start getting prepared for a 2016 Bernie Sanders for President campaign, and we’ve started a shop of Sanders 2016 political gear to help spread the word. […]

Bernie Sanders For President in 2016

2014 could be the year that Bernie Sanders makes the commitment, one way or another, to run for President or to serve out another term in Congress. […]

2016 Democratic Presidential Candidates A Disaster On Privacy Against NSA Spying

What we need in a presidential candidate is a leader who has actually already put his or her political career on the line in order to actively oppose NSA spying against Americans. Two Democratic senators come to mind. […]

The Incidence of Trent Franks Thinking is Very Low

It is possible, even from the great distance of Maine, to hear the DC press corps exhale with a collective “OMiGod” at the remarkably ignorant declaration of Republican Congressman Trent Franks, who […]

Martin O'Malley For President? What Do You Know About Him?

What else do you know about Martin O’Malley? What have you concluded about his worth as a potential candidate for President of the United States? Why do you think some Democrats are eager for O’Malley to run for President in 2016? […]

Which Messages Go Together? Ties in Liberal Political Gear from Zazzle

Because Irregular Times receives a significant number of readers for the tens of thousands of articles that have accumulated here over the last 18 years, just paying to keep the website going costs a significant amount. Because none of us who write for Irregular Times was born with a trust fund, we’ve got to get […]

Which Luciferian Obama Administration Officials Are Culling The Herd?

There is no record at all of any top Obama Administration official using the phrase “culling the herd”. Barack Obama hasn’t ever talked about “culling the herd”. Neither has Vice President Joe Biden. Nor have John Kerry or Charles Hagel, the secretaries of State and Defense. […]

American Family Association’s New Zombie Jesus Buttons Don’t Go Far Enough

It’s October, so in the spirit of Halloween the American Family Association is offering a blood-red button featuring the outstretched hand of a long-dead Jesus, reaching, reaching, along with the words “He Came for YOU!”

It’s unfortunate that the AFA button isn’t more detailed. I suggest this friendly amendment for the li’l trick-or-treaters:

Consider:

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