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Resolution In Congress Would Let You Read A Bill Before It's Passed

This bill would encourage citizen interaction with U.S. Representatives, and increase general trust in Congress, allowing people to be sure that important laws will not be passed before voters have some chance to make their opinions known. The law would also give members of Congress themselves the time that they need to actually read the legislation that they are being asked to vote upon. […]

Obama Secrecy, Heralded Elsewhere

… Irregular Times News Digest … May 13 2009 …

No Detainee Photo Release: Pictures Make Government Look Bad

In breaking news today out of Washington, DC, President Barack Obama and his aides announced that, despite a federal court for the release of dozens of photographs of the ill-treatment of U.S. Government detainees, the photographs […]

No We Can't Use The White House Website

Barack Obama promised to hit the ground running. The White House web site, however, appears to have just hit the ground. […]

Fund the GPO to Create Jobs and Accountability

When I hear politicians talk about the need for government programs to stimulate job creation, I think that they ought to start with the Government Printing Office. […]

Nine Practical Tips for Inauguration Day in Washington DC

It looks as though attendance will be through the roof for the Presidential Inauguration of 1-20-2009 itself and for the Inaugural Parade down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC that follows. Some will be there to cheerfully rally for constitutional rights, others will be there to cheer a hero, and yes, a few others will be […]

Dichotomize This! Two Days Until Election Day 2008. What is Our Choice?

I’m looking for versus verses. It’s two days now until Election Day. 48 hours from now most of the election returns for the presidential, senatorial, gubernatorial and house elections will be in and we’ll be wading through results, either trying to figure out what the mish-mash means or reeling from the overwhelming one-sided mandate of […]