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State Of The Union Address Bingo Cards For 2015

Tonight is the State of the Union Address, and here at Irregular Times, we have a tradition of playing State Of The Union Bingo. We hand out bingo cards that we’ve made just for the occasion, and wait for the President to utter the phrases that appear in each square. A penny is then laid […]

Do Small Time Presidential Candidates Indicate Psychological Problems of Big Time Candidates?

Over the last few weeks, we at Irregular Times have been writing about some of the less well-publicized of the 2016 presidential candidates. As we’ve moved from Midge Potts to Robert Milnes to Michael Bickelmeyer and Dinesh Ravishanker, I’ve become more uneasy. I’ve looked at the information available on many of the declared presidential candidates […]

Jindal Says Folks Tell Him That Muslims Kick Christians Out Of Parts Of England. Reality Says…

Bobby Jindal is preparing to begin a campaign for the Republican presidential election in 2016. In order to win that nomination, Jindal knows that he has to gain attention by whipping up as much righteous fury from the GOP’s fundamentalist Christian base as he can.

Luckily for Bobby Jindal, there’s a time-tested method for getting […]

The Other Bush Running For President

Everyone knows that America has already had two members of the Bush family elected President, and that another Bush, Jeb, is currently running for President. Most people aren’t aware of the other member of the Bush family running for President: Michael Bickelmeyer.

Though Bickelmeyer is seeking the Republican president nomination, there isn’t much policy […]

Republican Districts, Democratic Districts: How are they Different? (How are they Not?)

One of the best features of the newfangled Internet connectivity in our society is the ability of everyday citizens like you and me to take the data powerful governments, corporations and political parties have quietly accessed for decades and use it ourselves to answer driving questions we might have. Over the last few weeks I’ve […]

Understanding the Marc Allan Feldman for President Campaign

Marc Allan Feldman of Ohio is running for the Libertarian nomination for President of the United States. […]

Did Thomas Jefferson Really Say Stories of Jesus are no More Real than Stories of Jupiter?

Earlier today, I came across a Freedom From Religion Foundation blog post by Andrew Seidel. It reads in part:

“Free thought and freethought only exist with the right to dissent and to proclaim that dissent. And yes, to criticize and even mock the ideas of others. Thomas Jefferson wrote to John Adams about his hope […]

Crowds Protest Outside Steve Scalise Fundraiser, Demanding The Racist Congressman Resign

This afternoon, large crowds of protesters are gathering outside a fundraiser for Congressman Steve Scalise – one of the top three Republican leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Why? Steve Scalise is a raging racist. We already knew this:

– Steve Scalise attended a conference of white supremacists and gave a speech seeking political […]

Ben Carson Worked For Pyramid Scheme To Sell Bad Medicine

There is absolutely no reliable scientific evidence showing that Nutriverus does anything at all to improve anybody’s health in any way. That didn’t stop Ben Carson from endorsing Nutriverus, and from celebrating Mannatech’s questionable products in general. […]

Vote Liberal In 2016

Over the next 22 months, there are going to be a lot of corporations and wealthy families spending a lot of money to convince you that you need to be afraid. They’ll tell you that you need to be afraid of Muslims and Mexicans, of Ebola and of health care, of science and of clean […]

Congressional Global Warming Denier Falls Under the Weather

Here at Irregular Times, we’re assembling a database to closely following the actions of the members of the new 114th Congress; look for it to come out early next week. As we’ve been working on the database, one name has been noticeably missing from all roll call votes in Congress so far this year: that […]