One video blogger looks back at Captain Planet cartoon series and the environmentalist messages it transmitted with absolute revulsion. It not only demonized businessmen and laborers, but humans in general. To some environmentalists, the cartoon series didn’t go far enough in it’s condemnations of humanity and its activities.
Watts Up With That? Almost immediately after Trump announced he’d exit the Paris Climate Accord, the world went haywire. Dilbert creator, Scot Adams, was the first to notice and promptly tweeted his reaction. Our resident cartoonist, Josh, noticed and replied: inspiring, now all bad weather can be blamed on @realDonaldTrumppic.twitter.com/ZlKZj56mUS— Josh (@Cartoonsbyjosh) June 2, 2017… Read More Friday Funny – the first consequence of exiting the #ParisAgreement
Co-founder and vice president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative Robert Spencer and Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) representative Nezar Hamze join MidPoint on NewsmaxTV to discuss how two men were killed outside Mohammed cartoon contest in Dallas Texas after opening fire and injuring a security guard at the event.
An audio recording obtained exclusively by the BBC captures the moment two gunmen struck a free speech debate in the Danish capital, Copenhagen. This is one of the Lars Vilks drawings of Mohammed that enraged the Denmark shooting Muslim gunmen.
Two people are dead and five are injured after shootings occurred at a cafe and synagogue in Copenhagen, Denmark today. USA Today reports Danish police are now involved in a manhunt to locate the perpetrator(s). The gunman at the cafe attacked an event for cartoonist Lars Vilks who drew cartoons that parodied the prophet Mohammed… Read More Copenhagen cafe and synagogue shootings result in manhunt