Judge Blocks DeBlasio Plan to Shut Down NYC Horse Carriages

Back in August, New York City’s Department of Transportation submitted new rules to relocate horse-drawn carriages pickups to inside Central Park. Most likely, these new regulations were done at the behest of Mayor Bill DeBlasio who has sought to shut down the horse carriages almost since he has been elected. Fortunately, according to the New…

Environmentalists Make Great Movie Villains Because They Want To Make Your Life Miserable

An excellent opinion piece authored by Sonny Bunch executive editor of and film critics for the Washington Free Beacon published in today’s Washington Post. Bunch’s essay tells some inconvenient truths about environmentalists as transmitted by none other than the entertainment industry. The most recent example is the recently released Aquaman whose villain, King Orm, wants…

Why Environmentalists Hate Captain Planet

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.

NYC Mayor Still Tries To Shut Down Horse Carriages

During 2016, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio sought to shut down horse carriage rides calling the practice inhumane. The result was an explosion of animal rights hoodlums that came out of the woodwork relentlessly seeking to shut them down. Fortunately, de Blasio’s efforts flopped, but it hasn’t stopped the mayor from thinking of…

5 Times Environmentalists Were Bad Guys

This video done by Generation Films points out five instances in films where environmentalists were made to be the bad guys. Environmentalists aren’t radicalized, they are radicals. Just like any other religious belief or political ideology, it just depends on how serious an environmentalist takes their cause.

“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…