Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Bernie Sanders are running for President. Each one says it’s vitally important that he have the ability to use the power of political office to act on behalf of the American people. Curiously enough, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Bernie
Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Marco Rubio, and Senator Bernie Sanders are running to take office as President of the United States in 2017. They say they want to lead the nation to a better future. Of course, each of these men is a leader right
By voting in favor of George W. Bush’s policy of war in Iraq, Hillary Clinton ignored the Democratic wing of the Democratic Party. I will never forget it.
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
It’s official: the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration has crunched the numbers and confirmed that yes, 2015 was the hottest month on record, and last month, December 2015, was the hottest single month ever recorded. What’s more, last year’s record-breaking global warmth was warmer than
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
Bernie Sanders speaks loudly, against fear, to defend freedom in the face of Republicans’ efforts to undermine our Constitution. Take a stand with Sanders.
Public schools. Cooperative extensions. Community hospitals. Pre-K. Public roads. Public transportation. Social Security. Medicare. Public libraries. Minimum wage. Overtime pay. Work safety. Vaccination programs. Job training. Unemployment insurance. Flood insurance. The GI Bill. Insider trading laws. Earned Income Tax Credit. Food stamps for kids. Emergency
For decades now, nearly all federal campaign finance reports have been filed electronically so we can find out as soon as possible who’s been getting funded by whom. I say “nearly all” because there’s a lone holdout: the U.S. Senate. The United States Senate allows
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
On the discussion of racism, there is a noticeable and persistent difference between Lincoln Chafee, Jim Webb, Martin O’Malley, Lawrence Lessig, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders: Not all the Democratic presidential candidates are alike. At a time of persistent racial discrimination in the United States