Ricky Gervais’ Golden Globe Monologue Was Bittersweet

By now many of you may have seen or read about the smack down conducted by comedian Ricky Gervais at last night’s 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Taken by itself, what Gervais said was terrific and really gave Hollywood elites the scolding they deserved. People resent being preached to by Hollywood celebrities that they pay…

Five environmental fights to watch in 2020

By Rebecca Beitsch, The Hill 2020 is shaping up to be a busy year on the energy and environmental front. The Trump administration is pushing ahead with their broad regulatory rollback, while on Capitol Hill House Democrats are looking to pass legislation on their ambitious clean energy agenda. Hovering over those moves will be the…

Britain’s Plastic Bag Fee Is Producing a Huge Spike in the Consumption of Thicker, ‘Reusable’ Plastic Bags

The law of unintended consequences rears its ugly head. Christian Britschgi | 12.2.2019 – Reason The results of plastic bag bans and restrictions are frequently disappointing, and occasionally counter-productive. Take the United Kingdom, where a country-wide bag fee is encouraging consumers to switch from single-use bags to thicker, reusable bags that use more plastic. Last…

Stefan Molyneux Banned by PayPal

It was only a matter of time before Stefan Molyneux was targeted for censorship. Stefan is being scrutinized for his political opinions and, hopefully, he is lawyered up and Canada has a law that outlaws discrimination based on political views that he can use against PayPal. VDARE is suing PayPal for similar reasons in which…

California Boosts It’s Anti-Human Credentials

California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a number of bills backed by People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA). They will ban most animals for use in circus events and the manufacture and sale of fur products by 2023, that will result in the loss of hundreds, if not thousands, of jobs.…