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Cluster Bomb

When Will the United States Step Away from Cluster Bombs?

At the beginning of the 114th Congress, Senator Dianne Feinstein and Representative James McGovern introduced the Cluster Munitions Protection Act for consideration by the U.S. Congress (as S. 28 and H.R. 157, respectively). If passed, the legislation would forbids the United States government from spending money to use,

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Green Party Candidate Jill Stein Lags Back To Plan B Status

The Green Party presidential campaign of Jill Stein has been struggling for a long while now, finding itself without the resources even to compose press releases on major national and world events, such as yesterday’s announcement that 2015 was the hottest year on record. It’s

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What the UK’s Legislature Has To Say About Donald Trump

Steve Double of the Conservative Party: “Like the hundreds of thousands of people who signed the petition, and no doubt millions of others across the country, I condemn wholeheartedly the comments Mr Trump made about not only Muslims, but Mexicans, women, people with disabilities and

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Are “The Minority Groups Supporting Donald Trump?” Fact Check.

Earlier this week, visitor John Simmons made the claim that “even the minority groups are supporting Trump.” When we pressed him to show support for this claim Simmons replied, “Ummm it’s as simple as doing a search for ‘blacks Muslims support trump’ on you tube.”

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Presidential Candidate Stickers and Buttons: What Sold in 2015

For a long time now, we’ve covered the costs of publishing Irregular Times by selling buttons and bumper stickers that support left-leaning politics and oppose right-leaning politics. These include stickers and buttons for left-leaning presidential candidates and against right-leaning presidential candidates. With the passing of

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?