I wrote this morning about the slate of off-balance candidates who have declared presidential candidacies for 2016 with the Green Party. The Green Party is looking solid in comparison to the Revolutionary Party, however.
The Revolutionary Party has been formed by Princess Khadijah M. Jacob-Fambro, who stands on street corners accusing others of being undercover […]
Memo to the Green Party, such as it is: Please, can someone over there step forward as a serious presidential candidate soon? Here’s who we’ve got as Green Party presidential candidates so far:
There’s Midge Potts, a die-hard 9/11 Truther who believes that no plane hit the Pentagon on September 11, 2011.
It is in […]
Here on Irregular Times, we often debunk the ridiculous conspiracy theories that political extremists concoct to justify their absurd ideologies.
Tonight, I have a conspiracy theory of my own to introduce. It comes after watching The Interview, a movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.
It’s a terrible movie. James Franco overacts beyond the […]
Yesterday, I came upon a web site that claimed that medieval paintings are filled with images of extraterrestrials. A painting called The Madonna with Saint Giovannino was given as an example. As you can see here, over the shoulder of Santa Maria is a smudge that appears to be floating in the sky.
Benjamin Fulford reports that President Barack Obama has been poisoned by secret agents from Israel. According to Fulford, the recent trip by Obama to a hospital for a “sore throat” was actually in response to the poisoning, which has been covered up because of fears of public panic.
Of course, Benjamin Fulford also reports that […]
“Never Take Anything For Granted.”
That’s what this image I came across tells me, and who am I to disobey an image? Always obey images, that’s my motto. So I am somewhat disappointed to tell you that there is a reliable source confirming that Benjamin Disraeli did indeed utter those words. How wonderful would […]
Happy Halloween! It’s a day on which we give ourselves permission to confront the things that frighten us, only in not quite so serious form. In that spirit, I bring you ogres… in poetry.
Walter De la Mare wrote The Ogre:
‘Tis moonlight on Trebarwith Vale, And moonlight on an Ogre keen, Who, prowling hungry […]
The less I understand something, the more I like it.
— Red Moloko (@RedMoloko) May 28, 2012
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How do you like that?
Every day, it seems more and more kids in the crucial middle school years are in the middle of a home schooling situation. Are you one of those kids? Maybe it’s because your parents are so zealous that they don’t want you to hear about ideas outside the family religion. Maybe it’s because you left […]
In the southbound lane of the long, high metal and asphalt bridge over the Piscataqua River that divides New Hampshire from Maine, a grate covers a storm-water drain. Out of that drain, a lone sunflower plant has grown. Today it is in full blossom, facing its bloom toward the sun.
If you are a designer […]