A church in Oberhausen, Germany has decided to open its doors and house refugees within its walls. Members of the church will not only welcome 50 refugees into their space to live while they seek more permanent shelter, but are also setting up bathroom and laundry
Irregular Times sells sweatshop-free political t-shirts to help spread messages we believe in, traveling from eye to eye on the backs of other folks. We also sell the shirts to pay for the costs associated with a website. A third reason for us to sell sweatshop-free
From the Democratic Presidential Debate, October 13 2015: Bernie Sanders: I think we should look to countries like Denmark, like Sweden and Norway, and learn from what they have accomplished for their working people. Hillary Clinton: Well, let me just follow-up on that, Anderson, because
Today, the Digital Religion conference, put together by Canada’s Marketing Magazine in the Sheraton Centre in Toronto, is taking place. Marketers from all over the northeastern corner of North America are gathering to gain new insights, from slides featuring green and blue cubes floating against
On Saturday, September 12, a rally will be held in London to show support for refugees escaping conflict and arriving in Europe. Two days ago, 30,000 people were expected to attend. By yesterday, the count of registered attendees reached 62,000. This morning, as I began writing this post,
“Where are these marvels? ONE.” “GIVE me ONE astonishing marvel produced by Africans, Somalians, Ethiopians, Kenyans..whatever (IQ is about the same on AVERAGE). Is that difficult to answer? I guess so. Because if it was not….you would had already providing a list of marvels!!” —
According to the religiously-controlled government of the Cayman Islands, helping criminals to cover up their activities while getting outraged about people wanting to settle down and start families may be morally confused, but at least it’s not Satanic confusion.