Monday was Memorial Day, and thank you to everyone who has served in the U.S. military, is serving, and rest in peace to United States military members who lost their lives during their service to the United States. This past weekend many Americans decided to go out for the first time in many months after… Read More Media Critics Scold Americans for Enjoying Memorial Day
By Kelly Velasquez AFP Holidaymakers splash in the turquoise waters of the Rosignano Solvay beach in Tuscany and laze on its pristine white sands—most of them fully aware that the picture-perfect swimming spot owes its allure to a nearby factory. “I discovered it on Google Maps,” said Dutch tourist Lieuya, who travelled to the beach… Read More Lovers of Tuscany’s ‘paradise’ beach have factory to thank
Back in February, Tucker Carlson was joined by Ethan Bearman to discuss the state’s proposed ban on plastic straws that was passed during August. The Golden State has a lot of bad problems but state politicians set aside time just to make sure plastic straws don’t go unaddressed.
From Stuff New Zealand after Queensland, Australia announced a shark cull: Baiting and killing sharks in the wake of two life-threatening attacks in the Whitsundays gives swimmers a false sense of security and will not prevent more bites, Australian environmentalists say. Sea Shepherd Australia and Humane Society International say human safety is paramount but that… Read More Greens Down Under Want More Shark Attacks
Fourteen times in the past five years environmentalist activists have allegedly vandalized New South Wales nets used to keep sharks out of waters for Australian beaches. The Daily Telegraph says this has not only resulted in lost nets but leaving beaches temporarily unprotected from sharks during the spring to summer seasons. The Daily Telegraph‘s investigation… Read More Australian environmentalists accused of sabotaging shark nets