Buzzfeed Makes the Case for Sympathy for Eco-Terrorists

During the latter part of April, Buzzfeed reporter Alison Willmore appeals to her readers to sympathize with the despair fictional and non-fictional eco-terrorists experience in their quest to save the planet. People should literally try to see things from their perspective. Quoting from her article: “Climate Change Fiction Is Rethinking The Ecoterrorist We don’t need…

Sierra Club Issues Threat Against Keystone Pipeline

On Friday, President Trump issued a presidential permit which will allow the Keystone XL Pipeline to continue to be constructed. According to the Washington Examiner, the document nearly immunizes the project from lawsuits but allows TransCanada to: construct, connect, operate, and maintain pipeline facilities at the international border of the United States and Canada. Environmentalists,…

New Book Romanticizes Environmentalist Terrorism

Since the political Left lost the 2016 election and the cultural tide has turned against them, the groundwork maybe being laid now for them to engage in full fledged violence. On the environmentalist side, the activities seem to have drawn down somewhat but it may just be calm before the storm. Since 2012, the Left…

Russia’s Support of Environmentalists is Paying Off

Drew Johnson of the Taxpayers Protection Alliance makes an interesting observation in a commentary published in The Wall Street Journal. During late January, a Russian tanker from Siberia carrying natural gas arrived in Boston Harbor in which Johnson points out: The activist group 350.org is organizing online campaigns to oppose every new coal, oil, and…

Activist: It’s OK to break laws for climate change

During January, Tucker interviewed a veteran environmentalist and eco-terrorist named Ken Ward over NYC Mayor De Blasio suing oil companies over climate change costs and activists breaking laws for the environment. Paying close attention to the main thrust of his argument, Ward says he would like to present what he did to a jury about…