According to a Gallup poll, a random sample of Americans believes that government was the biggest problem of 2014. Yul Tolbert insists that “government messes everything up.” Wayne Gerson declares that “government is the problem and business is the solution.” In the midst of all
You may recall last year’s revelation that the U.S. Post Office is taking pictures of every single piece of mail as part of a gigantic program to keep track of who communicates with whom in America. Under the Mail Isolation Control and Tracking program the
In the latest of a series of revelations of the surveillance systems that the U.S. government has arrayed against the American people, we have now learned that the U.S. Postal Service has been storing images of every single piece of mail that is sent within the United States, recording who is sending letters and packages to who, and entering that information into a gigantic database that can be accessed by law enforcement agents, who can read through lists of who any American is corresponding with – all without a search warrant as required by the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.
Samaroo Joel writes in to Irregular Times, hoping to set us straight on genocide in the Bible. Dear friend, I was reading your article titled “secretes of the Bible”. You quoted two verses from the Bible to proof that God of the Bible promotes Genocide.
In yesterday’s mail: Harold Camping’s Family Radio Network is forgetting those things which are behind. Never mind the March 2011 end of the world. Never mind the other end of the world in October 2011. Camping’s camp is reaching forward for those donations that lie
Irregular Times received an indignant piece of mail this morning: If Muslims can pray on Madison Avenue, why are Christians banned from praying in public and erecting religious displays on their holy days? Tell me again, whose country is this? Ours or the Muslims? The
Mail to our senators and representatives is being subjected to weeks of extra screening, as if an anthrax attack is likely at any time.
Applying for Permission to Protest in Washington on January 20, 2009: Please, Uncle Sam, can my Friends Talk Too?
[Update: The National Park Service has now changed its stance. As of the end of November, 2008, individuals and groups of less than 25 will be permitted to attend the inauguration, with signs, without a permit.] If you want to carry a sign to the
This morning, I gave a call to the National Park Service to check in and found out that if I wanted to carry any kind of a sign when standing in the crowd at the presidential inaugural parade on January 20, 2009, I’d have to