Vaccines – Calling the shots

Citing a recent measles outbreak and the spread of anti-scientific theories, Italy has just made 12 vaccines mandatory for students to attend the country’s schools. Back in 2014, recent PBS show on the vaccine controversy. It does a very good job of showing the debate between the pro and con sides of the issue, but…

How Global Warming Saved the Planet

Fifteen years after co-founding Greenpeace, Dr. Patrick Moore left the group to establish a more sensible, science-based approach to environmentalism. Dr. Moore joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the impact of increased CO2 in the atmosphere, the myth of ocean acidification, manipulating earth temperature data sets, environmentalist anti-humanism, verbal abuse from the left, genetically modified organism…

The Tyranny of Guilt

During 2012 French philosopher and author Pascal Bruckner published a book titled The Tyranny of Guilt. In his book, Bruckner makes the case that the West (specifically Europe) does not have a monopoly on evil and should be proud of its accomplishments while defending itself along with its values. Sadly and at some point, guilt…

Monsignor: Pope to “convince” Trump on climate action

In an interview with ANSA, Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences Monsignor Marcelo Sanchez claims the Pope will be able to convince President Donald Trump to change his mind about climate change during their May 24th meeting. He thinks because Trump has changed his mind about other matters that the President is persuadable. This…