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Americans Elect debuts Question and Answer System

To its credit, the presidential campaign corporation called Americans Elect has introduced a system by which people may post questions and everyone may see for themselves whether Americans Elect answers. You can access the Q&A system here. I am particularly impressed that Americans Elect is using a change log, from which it is possible to […]

Video of Columbus, OH Post-Election Demonstration, Nov. 5 2008

A new group here in Ohio called Columbus for Peace (no website yet, though I understand there will be one soon) called for people to come to the corner of Broad and High streets at 10:00 AM to demonstrate for peace and the American Constitution today, no matter who was elected president. The idea was […]

New Irregular Times Forum for Untethered Discussion

Here at Irregular Times we occasionally like to tweak things a bit, but every once in a while a bigger change is called for. A few years ago we decided to “upgrade” a discussion board we had going on by replacing it with a diary system in which anybody could write long-form articles and gain […]

Obama-McCain Debate of October 15, 2008: What's Your Reaction?

The last debate of a long line of presidential debates for the 2008 presidential election season is over. John McCain and Barack Obama will not directly debate again before Election Day.

If you watched the debate, what’s your reaction? How do you think it went? Who do you think did best? And hey, let me […]

American Reconstruction Discussion

Ronald Reagan’s ideology of deregulation and laissez faire reduction of government to the size of a gnat has been discredited, and Reagan now appears once more to be the empty-headed king of jellybeans he at first seemed to be. But, criticism of Reagan aside, what do we do now? Where do we go from here? Give us your ideas. […]