“Infinity War” Villain, Thanos, is an Environmentalist

A pleasantly surprising description of the new Avengers: Infinity War movie from Reason: Thanos, the villain in Infinity War, believes that there are finite resources in the universe—an appropriately illiterate idea, considering that the universe is infinite. Thus, if population growth is left unchecked, rising demand for resources will inevitably bring ruin to everyone. Halving…

“If A Tree Falls” tries to humanize ELF terrorism

Movies that try to make the case for environmentalist causes deserve serious consideration. More often than not, they tend to try to make environmentalists out to be underdog crusaders fighting against well-funded, evil corporations, etc. Though at times it almost skirts away from the underdog narrative, ultimately, If A Tree Fall attempts to try to…

New movie reveals the Left’s dirty little secret

I had two stories picked out to comment about today. First, I would have slammed the Western Environmental Law Center’s victory in an Oregon court that has put the brakes on logging in the Umpqua National Forest. Then I would have berated environmentalists for their scolding General Mills for the company’s efforts to revive the…