1. Take the data. 2. Put it behind a door. 3. Put a “data” sign next to the door. 4. Lock the door.
I bet the plan works.
It’s been 12 years that the United States has operated the Guantanamo center for indefinitely detaining people without charges or trials.
This January, it will have been 5 years since President Barack Obama took office, riding to the White House with the promise to close the Guantanamo center. What has President Barack Obama done to [...]
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It’s five days to KrampusNacht, that traditional European holiday on which the Krampus beast roams the streets patting the two well-behaved children on the head and running after the remainder with birch switches.
How can you encourage respect for that Old-Time Religion (it’s good enough for you!) among the youth of today?
Make them a [...]
It’s six short days to KrampusNacht, the night when St. Nicholas’ predecessor and occasional companion roams through the streets of town, looking for naughty children to punish.
Krampus and the mumming tradition from which he stems predate modern Christmas folklore by many, many years, making Krampus a much more real “Reason for the Season.” [...]
To keep Irregular Times going up on the web, we sell t-shirts with political messages we believe in. We refuse, however, to sell shirts made in sweatshops that profit off the exploitation of third-world people, which is why we only offer made-in-the-USA shirts. An indirect consequence of this, however, is that capital investment remains within [...]
While you’re waiting to tuck into crescent rolls, a challenge:
Relate a mundane event that happened to you today.
Add “Isn’t Life Like That?” or “Isn’t Jesus Like That?” or “Isn’t Love Like That?”
See if you’ve got an instant Vinyl Cafe story, Sermon, or basis for a hit song.
This month, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board issued its second semi-annual public report on its investigations of the activities of the United States government and the extent to which those activities violate the constitutional rights of everyday people. A juicy tidbit in that report seems to have escaped notice. Let’s cover it.
“Vast NSA spying undermines our democratic freedoms and threatens international relations.”
Wouldn’t it be great to have a candidate for national public office who was willing to say something like this in blunt, bold, terms? It would be great to have someone in the U.S. Senate who says “the Senate should open its work to [...]
My son Noah was given an assignment today in his eighth grade Family & Consumer Science class. He tells the story:
We had to draw a stick figure and list next to it the qualities of the best employee. Instead of writing the qualities I was supposed to write, like ‘is hard-working, organized, works well [...]